Neurones

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[[Neurone|Neurones is]] specialized cell that conducts nerve impulses as tiny electrical signals<ref>Microglia Sculpt Postnatal Neural Circuits in an Activity and Complement-Dependent Manner.fckLRVolume 74, Issue 4, May 2012, Pages 691-705</ref>&nbsp;. Three different types of neurone have slightly different functions.  
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[[Neurone|Neurones&nbsp;]]are&nbsp;specialised cells that conduct nerve impulses as tiny electrical signals<ref>Microglia Sculpt Postnatal Neural Circuits in an Activity and Complement-Dependent Manner.fckLRVolume 74, Issue 4, May 2012, Pages 691-705</ref>&nbsp;. There are three different types of neurone which have slightly different functions. Sensory neurons conduct an impulse from the stimulus to other parts of the nervous system. Intermediate neurons act as a relay (via the CNS) from sensory to motor neurone. Motor neurones control the muscular response.
  
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Neurones are specialised cells that conduct nerve impulses as tiny electrical signals[1] . There are three different types of neurone which have slightly different functions. Sensory neurons conduct an impulse from the stimulus to other parts of the nervous system. Intermediate neurons act as a relay (via the CNS) from sensory to motor neurone. Motor neurones control the muscular response.

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  1. Microglia Sculpt Postnatal Neural Circuits in an Activity and Complement-Dependent Manner.fckLRVolume 74, Issue 4, May 2012, Pages 691-705
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