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The stimulus is a neurotransmitter (chemical) released from a sensory neuron or another interneuron. Found in brain and spinal cord.
The stimulus is a neurotransmitter released from an interneuron. These neurons send messages to muscles or glands. *Glands need a message from the (word) before they can carry out their function.
Space between two neurons or between a neuron and an effector. This is where neurotransmitters get released.
Layer of lipid rich(fatty rich) cells wrapped around the axon to prevent electrolyte (Na+, K+) loss
the center of metabolic activity in a neuron, it is where the nucleus and much of the cytoplasm are located.
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