what are medulated nerve fibres?
Asked by Shiladitya Biswas | 12th Aug, 2012, 12:59: PM
It is a nerve fiber encased in a sheath of myelin. This layer of myelin encases and insulates the axon of medullated nerve fiber.
Answered by | 13th Aug, 2012, 06:53: AM
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