How big would the human brain have to be if oligodendrocytes did not produce myelin?

1. The evolution of the human brain, with all its complexity, depended on many apparently trivial mechanisms. For example, what if cells had not developed the ability to manufacture myelin? Unmyelinated axons

must be very large if they are to transmit action potentials rapidly.

2. How big would the human brain have to be if oligodendrocytes did not produce myelin? Could the human brain as we know it have evolved without myelin?

3. Why does synaptic transmission involve the release of chemicals? Direct electrical coupling of neurons is far simpler, so why do our neurons not use it more extensively? (A tiny percentage of synaptic connections in the human brain do use electrical coupling.) Normally, nature uses the simplest means possible to a given end, so there must be some advantages to chemical transmission. What do you think they are?

 

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