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Cellular organelle in muscle fiber corresponding to the endoplasmic reticulum.
Nerve fiber arising from a slight elevation of the cell body that conducts an impulse away from the cell body.
Substance of Schwann cell composed of lipoprotein that insulates axons and increases impulse speed.
Cells that cover the inside spaces of the brain ventricles and help regulate cerebrospinal fluid.
Motor (efferent) neuron
Transmits impulse out of the brain or spinal cord to effectors (muscles and glands).
Found in the gray commissure of the spinal cord & contains cerebrospinal fluid & is continuous with the ventricles of the brain.
The longitudinal bundles of nerve fibers within the spinal cord comprise these major nerve pathways.
The structure in the wall of the membranous labyrinth where the receptor cells of the balance organs are found.
The nerve where sensory impulses travel from the organs of equilibrium to the brain.
Inertia of the fluid
Why when the head is moved, the fluid inside the membranous portion of a semicircular canal tends to remain stationary.
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