Motor neuron

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A motor neuron is a type of [[Neuron|neuron]] that transmits signals from the central nervous system to muscles or glands. They tend to have a [[Myelin Sheath|myelin sheath]] around their [[Axon|axon]]. However, this varies between neurons <ref>Becker W., Hardin J., Bertoni G., and Kleinsmith L. (2012) Becker’s World Of The Cell, 8th Edition, San Francisco: Pearson Education. Page 365 &amp;amp; 366</ref>.  
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A motor neuron is a type of [[Neuron|neuron]] that transmits signals from the central nervous system to muscles or glands. They tend to have a [[Myelin Sheath|myelin sheath]] around their [[Axon|axon]]. However, this varies between neurons <ref>Becker W., Hardin J., Bertoni G., and Kleinsmith L. (2012) Becker’s World Of The Cell, 8th Edition, San Francisco: Pearson Education. Page 365 &amp;amp;amp; 366</ref>.  
  
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=== [[Image:MotorNeuron.jpg|Motor Neuron]]References  ===
  
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Revision as of 11:40, 25 November 2014

A motor neuron is a type of neuron that transmits signals from the central nervous system to muscles or glands. They tend to have a myelin sheath around their axon. However, this varies between neurons [1].

Motor NeuronReferences

  1. Becker W., Hardin J., Bertoni G., and Kleinsmith L. (2012) Becker’s World Of The Cell, 8th Edition, San Francisco: Pearson Education. Page 365 &amp;amp; 366
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