glial cells, neuroglia
Support cells are also called
A type of support cell that surrounds all axons in the PNS
Process by which lipid membranes are formed and wrapped around axonssystems.
a layer of fatty tissue encasing a neuron's axon that speeds transmission
The Schwann cell cytoplasm outside the myelin sheath contains the cell nucleus and is referred to as the ~
Indentations of the Schwann cell plasma membrane that connect the channels to the cell surface
A collection of cell bodies
Small, flattened cells found in the ganglia of the PNS that help regulate and stabilize the environment around ganglion cell bodies
dorsal root ganglia
Ganglia located on either side of the spinal cord and contains the most prominent satellite cells
Most common support cell in the CNS
The region of the CNS with high concentrations of myelinated axons
The region of the CNS that consists mainly of neuronal cell bodies (nuclei) and lacks myelinated axons.
A type of support cell found in the CNS with a relatively small number of cytoplasmic processes that branch from a spherical cell body