Neuroglia - organisation of nervous system, Biology

Neuroglia - Organisation of Nervous System

We may refer neuroglia as the connective tissue of the nervous system. It involves all elements of the nervous system other than neurons. You will observe that neuroglia fills the space between the neurons and extends processes into the central region of the ganglia (neuropile).

596_Neuroglia.png

Figure: Non-chordate neuron and a vertebrate, neuron.

It as well includes the covering of the ganglia (perineurium) with the-outer, non- cellular, fibrous neurilemma or neural lamella. These coverings, although thin, extend along the nerves too. The Schwann cells too form part of the neuroglia. 

Posted Date: 2/4/2013 6:25:50 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Neuroglia - organisation of nervous system, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Neuroglia - organisation of nervous system, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Neuroglia - organisation of nervous system Discussions

Write discussion on Neuroglia - organisation of nervous system
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Importance  of fat  synthesis  and storage : As  is clear from above  account, all  surplus nutrients, digested and  absorbed  from above the  immediate need of  body, are readily

How does the excretory system of nematodes work? The metabolic residuals of nematodes are collected by two longitudinal lateral excretory channels that open in one excretory po

three types of evidence used by systematic taxonomists

Photosynthetically Active Radiation This is usually in direct proportion with the incident solar radiation, you know that tropic$ are probably the best illuminated part of the

EXCRETIO N IN ROUNDWORM - In ascaris 4 coelomoducts present, attached to each other by canaliculli in front of controling cell i.e. Rennete cell. Excretion materials are gi

Food-borne zoonoses Food-borne illnesses are serious public health problem. They are associated with the ingestion of contaminated foods by microorganisms and their toxins, ma

Determine the Occurrence of vitamin K Vitamin K is found naturally in plants  and vitamin K2 is synthesized by the bacteria in the intestines in humans. In nature, only two nap

Define the Bioavailability of Vitamins? The term bio availability refers to the overall efficiency of utilization, including physiological and biochemical processes involved in

COMPOUN D EPITHELIA (MULTILAYERED EPITHELIA) - These are made up of more than one layer of cells. The compound epithelia may be stratified and transitinal. 1 .

Class of Crustacea - Branchiura Branchiura involves only around 130 species of ectoparasitic crustaceans living mostly on the integument and gill cavities of freshwater and ma