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A Golgi Type II neuron, the axon of which remains within its neuronal population, and a Golgi Type I neuron, which sends its axon to a different neuronal population. Neuronal population (nucleus) Axon bundle FIGURE 2-7. The appearance of a neuronal population and a nearby axon bundle in a three-dimensional view and in a transverse section through both. 28 N E U R O N S A N D S E N S O RY R E C E P T O R S rely on methods that stained neurons in an unpredictable manner. To target a specific population of neurons for study, they could only use methods that were based on the degenerative processes that follow injury of the cell soma or separation of the axon from the soma.
When this question is asked, we usually think of five: taste, touch, smell, hearing, and vision. Sometimes we refer to an elusive “sixth sense,” by which we really mean “intuition,” which is not an energy detector at all. However, there are many more than the proverbial five or even six senses.
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