What are Schwann cells and their function?

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What are Schwann cells and their function?

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Thu Cúc 1 day 2021-07-22T06:36:35+00:00 2 Answers 0 views 0

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    2021-07-22T06:37:41+00:00

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    Schwann cell is A type of glial cell of the peripheral nervous system that helps separate and insulate nerve cells.

    it’s function are:

    1.Schwann cells serve as the myelinating cell of the PNS

    2.it support cells of peripheral neurons.

    3.it forms a myelin sheath by wrapping its plasma membrane concentrically around the inner axon.

    4.it helps to separate and insulate nerve cells.

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    2021-07-22T06:37:43+00:00

    schwann cells serve as the myelinating cell of the PNS and support cells of peripheral neurons . A schwann cell forms a myelin sheath bt wrapping it’s plasma membrane concentrically around the inner axon .

    STRUCTURE

    schwann cells are variety of glial cells that keep peripheral neuron fibres ( both myelinating and unmyelinating ) alive .In myelinated axons , schwann cells form the myelin sheath . The sheath is not continuous

    FUNCTION

    one of the most important function of the schwann cells is to myelinate the axons of the PNS . myelin whuch is a fatty layer thst insulates the axon , helps to increase the saltatory condunction of neuron . A myelinating schwann cells wraps around a single axon.

    hope this ans help you .

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    Mrk me brainilist

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