Match the glial cell type with its function. You will match some cells with more than one function. Myelinates axons in the periphery. A. ependyma Myelinates axons in the central nervous system. B. astrocytes – Myelinates more than one axon. C. microglia Has endfeet on neurons to help provide nutrients to them. D. Schwann cells Does much of the clean up of debris in the central nervous system. E. oligodendrocytes Lies around neuron cell bodies and dendrites in the central nervous system to provide physical support. Found lining spaces within the central nervous system. Helps damaged axons to regrow.

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1.schwann cells -myelinates axon the periphery.

2.oligodendrocytes- myelinates axon in the central nervous system.

3.oligodendrocytes- myelinates more than one axon

4.Astrocytes -has endfeet on neuron to help to provide nutrients to them.

5.microglia-Does which clean up the debris in the central nervous system.

6.microglia  lies around neurons and dendrites in central nervous system and provide physical support.

7.ependyma-found lining spaces with in the central nervous system

8.schwanncells-helps damaged axon to regrow