What Role do Glia Cells Play in the Neural Functioning?
The nervous system include two main types of cells the neuron and the Glia cells. The nervous system are organised into two different parts, the central nervous system constituted with spinal cord and brain, and the periphery nervous system is dived into two branch's: the somatic nervous system (have three kinds of neuron: sensory neuron or receptor neuron gather the outside information such as sound, waves, odours, and tastes, the medium neuron or inter neuron which tie the sensitive neuron and the motor neuron, the motor neuron or effectors neuron control the contraction of the muscles) and the autonomic nervous system
(are responsible to control glandules and involuntary activities in the body such as rhythm cardiac). So the neurons are special cells that are capable to receive stimuli messages and transferring those stimuli for responses.
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