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Owing to their very active nature, neurones in general have a very high metabolic rate and they need a continuous secure supply of oxygen and glucose. Any interruption of this supply is critical, as deprived neurones will start to die very rapidly. This is particularly problematical because, under most conditions, mature neurones do not divide. During development, epithelial cells lining the neural tube give rise to neuroblasts. These cells divide mitotically to produce amitotic neurones, which then migrate to their final positions in the brain.

Pseudo-unipolar neurones (Fig. 2C) have only a single process extending from the cell body, which is situated part of the way along the axon. This divides the axon into central and peripheral processes. At the end of the peripheral process lies a sensory ending, which may be a bare axon, with the axon hillock very close to the sensory ending. Pseudo-unipolar neurones have no dendrites. The commonest pseudo-unipolar neurones are sensory neurones found in the peripheral nervous system (PNS), which convey signals from the periphery to the spinal cord in the central nervous system (CNS).

When the depolarization of the action potential reaches the end of the axon, voltagesensitive channels that are selective for Ca2 are involved in the release of the neurotransmitters, by a process of exocytosis. The presynaptic terminal contains numerous membrane-bound organelles, such as mitochondria and smooth endoplasmic reticulum. However, their most distinguishing feature is the presence of large numbers of vesicles, which contain the neurotransmitters (Fig. 9). Vesicles have a variety of forms, corresponding to the type of neurotransmitter that they contain.

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