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The nervous system is divided into two parts:
the (1) Central Nervous System (CNS), and the (2) Peripheral Nervous System (PNS).
The functions of neurons include:
(1) detecting stimuli, (2) conducting impulses, (3) some involvement in decision-making.
Neurons can be categorized into the three following structural types:
(1) unipolar, (2) bipolar, and (3) multipolar.
Neurons can be categorized into the three following functional types:
(1) sensory (afferent), (2) motor (efferent), and (3) interneurons (association or internucial).
The CNS has four types of neuroglia:
(1) astrocytes, (2) microglia, (3) ependyma, and (4) oligodendrocytes.
List the neuroglia of the CNS in order of most processes to least processes:
astrocytes, oligodendrocytes, and microglia.
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