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A Day in The Life of a Neuron Transmitter Pigeon
Every Monday morning, the carrier pigeon checks the dendrites for a new message. He picks up a message called a neurotransmitter.
He has to go to the terminal branches, so he decides to take fly route axon. He uses the myelin current to make the trip faster.
I have to travel to the terminal branches today!
The pigeon speeds up by using action potential. The current is polarized so he has to switch sides to gain wind.
He arrives at the terminal branches and delivers the message. The workers compose a new message in the synapse.
They send a new message and give it to another pigeon, which is the reuptake.
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