A Neuron (otherwise called neurone or nerve cell) is an electrically edgy cell that takes up, forms and transmits data through electrical and substance signals. Neurons are the essential units of the sensory system and its most imperative part is the mind. Each neuron is made of a phone body (likewise called a soma), dendrites and an axon. Dendrites and axons are nerve strands. Neurons are associated with each other and tissues. They don’t contact and rather frame minor holes called neural connections. These holes can be concoction neurotransmitters or electrical neural connections and pass the flag starting with one neuron then onto the next.

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