Structural evidence for the existence of a symmetrical high energy species in the degenerate vinylcyclopropane rearrangement
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I just wanted to get a realistic viewpoint of our nervous system. I understand arteries and veins, but I wanted to know how similar our nervous system is to that?
I understand we have neurons (please correct me if I am wrong) all over the surface of body. Whenever we feel a touch a neuron fires a response, and that response travels through axons (myelin sheath).
My main question is what a nerve exactly is. Is it a long axon? How many axons (same thing as neuron body?) are in a nerve? I am sure it depends on different nerves.
I will go through your list of questions below: