Scheme of the Central Motor Neuron
Scheme of the central motor neuron. The motor cell body, together with all its protoplasmic processes, its axis-cylinder process, collaterals, and end ramifications, represent parts of a single cell or neuron. Labels: a, h, Axone-hillock devoid of Nissl bodies, and showing fibrilation; c, cytoplasm showing Nissl bodies and lighter ground substance. n’, nucleolus.
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Gray, Henry Gray's Anatomy: Descriptive and Applied (Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1913) 806