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Neuron Transmitter Pigeon
Updated: 9/24/2019
Neuron Transmitter Pigeon
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  • Cell Body Tree
  • A Day in The Life of a Neuron Transmitter Pigeon
  • CIA
  • 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.
  • Weeee!
  • He arrives at the terminal branches and delivers the message. The workers compose a new message in the synapse. 
  • Thank you!
  • They send a new message and give it to another pigeon, which is the reuptake.
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