Glial Cells: non-neuronal cells in the CNS; functions include
1. to surround neurons and hold them in place
While you read this question, your neurons send information to and from your brain; meanwhile, the metabolic needs of those neurons are assisted by
B. glial cells
C. excitable cells
D. Schwann cells
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