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the gap between the axon of one neutron and the dendrite of a second neuron Synapse
part of a neuron that carries messages away from the cell body Axon
message that travels from the dendrites of a neuron to the axon Nerve Impulse
part of a neuron that collects information from other neurons Dendrite
body system consisting of glands, horomones, and target cells that work togather to control various functions in the body Endocrine System
chemical released by glands that cause target cells to perform specific activities Hormone
a tissue or organ that releases chemical substances into the bloodstream Endocrine Gland
Created by: timmyraft on 2009-12-14



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