|cells in cns||0.79||0.8||8169||68|
|cells in csf||0.54||0.7||59||90|
|cells in csf fluid||1.85||0.1||2782||66|
|cells in csf cytology||0.75||1||8574||93|
|cells in cancer||0.65||0.4||6167||35|
|neurological cells in cns||0.55||0.4||8255||48|
|neuron cells in cns||1.47||0.9||3746||42|
|neuroglia cells in cns||2||0.3||5161||92|
|glial cells in cns||1.81||0.1||4418||65|
|glial cells in cns and pns||0.84||0.3||2162||29|
|glial cells in cns vs pns||0.04||0.8||1258||13|
|specialized supporting cells in cns||0.27||0.6||8293||4|
|schwann cells in cns||1.14||0.4||7505||93|
Schwann cells are a type of glial cell that are found in the peripheral system but function similarly to Oligodendrocytes which are found in the CNS. Motor neurons carry signals from the CNS to the target or effector organ i.e. muscle or skin, while Sensory neurons carry sensory messages from receptors to the CNS.What cells that carry impulses from the CNS?
Motor Neurons- Motor neurons carry impulses from the CNS to effector organs Motor neurons are also called efferent neurons. The cell bodies of motor neurons are inside the CNS. Interneurons- These are also called intermediate, relay, or associative neurons.What is the function of Schwann cells in CNS?
One of the most important functions of the Schwann cell is to myelinate the axons of the PNS. Myelin, which is a fatty layer that insulates the axon, helps to increase the saltatory conduction of the neuron. A myelinating Schwann cell wraps around a single axon.What are the supporting cells in CNS and PNS?
Neurogila or glial cells , are non-neuronal cells that maintain homeostasis, form myelin, and provide support and protection for neurons in the central (CNS) and peripheral nervous systems (PNS).