Neuron, Biology

It arises from a one embryonic cell known as neuroblast

Types of neuron:
 According to number of process¬
(a) Unipolar: Only axon is there. e.g. mesencephalic nucleus.
(b)    Pseudounipolar: Only axon is there but it gets seperate to form dendron also." e.g. sensory ganglia.
(c)    Non-polar: Only cyton is there. e.g. Hydra and other cnidarians.
(d)    Bipolar: One axon and one dendron is there. e.g. retinal and cochlear ganglia.
(e)    Multipolar: One axon and various dendrons are there.

e.g. most of the neuron of the body.

Posted Date: 3/20/2013 7:27:53 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- Neuron, Assignment Help, Ask Question on Neuron, Get Answer, Expert's Help, Neuron Discussions

Write discussion on Neuron
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
A person is declared to be dead upon the irreversible cessation of spontaneous body functions: brain activity, or blood circulation and respiration. However, only about 1% of a per

History Past and present history of cardiovascular problems of patient & family. History of chest pain, shortness of breath, fatigue, abnormal skin colour, dizziness, vertigo

Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE MicrosoftInternetExplorer4

Types of Variations - Somatogenic and Blastogenic Variation Changes in somatic parts of the body are somatic variations e.g. wrestler's muscle, circumcised penis of mus

Define Objectives to know about methods of food processing? After studying this unit, you will be able to: Enumerate the different methods of food processing Enlist

Location of Overgloves - taped to the sides of the mobile cabinets for procedures such as patient examination and charting during non-aerosol producing procedures - on the p

Vitamin B 12 (Cyanocobalamin) Vitamin B 12 refers to a group of Cobalt-containing corrinoids known as cobalamins. It is also called antipernicious- anemia factor, extrinsic f

Explain the History of Nutrition? Knowledge of human nutritional needs and relationship between diet and health was placed on a modern scientific footing only since the 19th ce

Which of the recombination process(transformation, conjugation and transduction) would be most likely to occur in the natural environment?

What are Goitrogens? Certain chemical substances like thiocyanates, phenols, disuphides, flavanoids etc, found in the environment, can interfere with iodine metabolism. These s