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1. Axons
Long fibers that carry signals away from the cell body of a neuron .

2. Cell body
In nerve cells, this is the central portion containing the cell nucleus , from which axon s and dendrite s sprout. The cell body is primarily concerned with carrying out the life-sustaining functions of a cell.

3. Cell body
In a neuron , the part that contains the nucleus and most of the cytoplasm and the organelles .

4. Dendrites
Branched extensions of the nerve cell body which receives signals from other nerve cells. Each nerve cell usually has many dendrites.

5. Dendrites
Short, highly branched fibers that carry signals toward the cell body of a neuron .

6. Neuron (neural cell)
A nerve cell; it receives and conducts electrical impulses from the brain . It consists of a cell body called the cyton , an axon , axon terminals, and dendrite s.

7. Neurons
Highly specialized cells that generate and transmit bioelectric impulses from one part of the body to another; the functional unit of the nervous system .A cell of the nerve tissue having a cell body input zone of dendrites and an output zone of an axon (of varying length). The electrochemical nerve impulse/message is transmitted by neurons.

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