anonymous
  • anonymous
Which is needed for one nerve to communicate with another nerve across a synapse? electrical signals nodes of Ranvier neurotransmitters myelinated sheath
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anonymous
  • anonymous
The signal may be directly transferred at electrical synapses or, if there is no physical link between adjacent neurons, the signal is carried across the gap by chemicals called neurotransmitters. By using the neurotransmitters, the nervous system can alter the way a message is passed on. so the answer is c
Abhisar
  • Abhisar
Examples of such neurotransmitters are GABA, Dopamine etc.
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  • anonymous
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