Answer: The difference between Neuralgia and Neuron are given below:Neuralgia:1. Neuroglias are supporting cells. 2. Nerve cells remain in position due to supporting cells called neuralgia. 3. It forms supporting media for CNS and myelin in nerves devoid of Schwan cells. Neuron:1. Neurons are nerve cells. 2. Neurons work with the help of their processes like axon and Dendron. 3. These are responsible for transmission of impulses by excitability.
Answer: The impulse travels in the Dendrite, through the Soma(cell body), down the Axon, and into multiple Terminus(endings) to travel across a Synapse, where ion channels will bring in Calcium Ions and Potassium so the impulse can pass through, and it repeats until the impulse reaches its destination.
Answer: Neurotransmitters are the chemical messengers that the neurons use. Neurons have certain parts...dendrites which receives information (about some stimulus or from another neuron)...axon is the part of the neuron that conducts/conveys the signal to the synaptic terminals. The synaptic terminals is the part of the neuron that releases the chemical messenger aka the neurotransmitters.