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Describe how nerve cell adapted (how is it different from a generalised cell)?

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The sheath acts as an insulator - rather like the plastic coating of an electrical wire. Neurones are adapted to their function by being long, so that they communicate with distant parts of the body. They also have branched endings called dendrites.

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A nerve cell has several adaptations which allows it to carry out its necessary functions. ... Nerve cells are also known as neurons. ... Dendrites in the nerve cell plays a vital role in transmitting signals and communication from one neuron to other at particular location

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At the cytological and ultra-microstructural level, neural tissue consists of two types of cells, neurons (neural cells) and glial cells, which are roughly equal in number. Glial cells constitute the framework of the nervous system and function as a tissue nutrient for neurons, and are not directly involved in the transmission of neural information. Neurons are composed of cell bodies, axons, and dendrites. The fine structure in which a relationship occurs between neurons is called a synapse. The synapse consists of a presynaptic nerve ending-final, post-synaptic membrane and a synaptic gap of approximately 20-50 nm between the two.

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