All Neuron Cells function the same! Only difference is that some are connected to just the spinal cord. While some connect to the whole body.
Motor Neuron Cells
Scene 9: Into Glial Cells
I got it from here.
Alright, i'm about to head out.
Nick: As he quickly gets ready for work. This scene right here is a perfect example of Neuron cells at work. Right now he is currently brushing his teeth, while that, the brain is sending messages down to the arm telling the neuron cells how to move his hands while he brushes.
Scene 10: Into the Cell
Brush Faster, your late
Nick: Right now he is using his Motor Neuron Cells. What Motor Cells do is control some muscles around organs inside your body (E.x Stomach) but mostly the muscles (E.x Arms and Legs). But all neuron cells function and do the same job. Communicate and receive messages.
Scene 11: Glial Cells in depth
*Sigh*This will take a while..
Dead Neuron Cells
Narrator: After an overview of Neuron Cells, let's go into the basic functions of a Glial cell, a very helpful cell that protects the body and neuron cells.
Scene 12: Moral / Fun facts (Ending Scene)
Gus: Let's put this into perspective. Maximus had a very long day at work (He's over 21) and wants to relax. So he drinks a little just to lighten up a bit. What does alcohol have to do with your Neurons? Let me show you.
Gus: My job is to protect Neuron Cells from anything that could be harmful to Neuron Cells by killing them or harming their functionality to be able to send messages to the body. Another job I have is disposing of dead Neuron cells that can respond neither send messages out to the body.
Nick: A fun fact about Neuron Cells is that once a Neuron cell dies, it can never regrow or reproduce it's self once more. Plus if a neuron cell stops working in an arm or leg, the whole limb doesn't work!Everyone: Take care of your awesome body, once neuron cells are gone there gone!