How does a message travel from one neuron to another?
Updated: 12/20/2019
How does a message travel from one neuron to another?
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  • I can!
  • Can anyone explain to me how messages travel from neuron to neuron?
  • Neurons send and receive messages from other structures in the body, flowing in one direction.
  • And for the message to be sent it must cross the synapse, using neurotransmitters.
  • Messages are sent from the axon terminals of one neuron to the dendrites of other neurons.
  • After the message flows from the dendrites down the axon to the axon terminal.
  • After that the message is received by the other neuron. And the process just keeps repeating!
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