Types of glials cells and their functions, Biology

Types of Glials Cells and their Functions

In the nervous tissue, besides the nerve cells there is one other cell type -the neuroglia which is present in large numbers and occupies practically all the space between the nerve cells. Neuroglia cells themselves are of several types better recognised in vertebrate nervous tissues than in the invertebrate nervous tissues. Some categories of glial cells are listed in Table.

Table: Some types of glials cells and their functions

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