The Synapse

In the nervous systems of both vertebrates and invertebrates, the neurons are in close apposition with each other and they relay information from one to another. The junctions at which the cells are interconnected and through which the impulses are propagated are called synapses, first named by Sherrington in 1906 from the Greek word synapto meaning tight clasping. The membranes that participate in the formation of synapses are those of the axons, dendrites, and the main cell body.

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