Neuronal Pools?

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A neuronal pool is defined as a group of interconnected neurons which have specific functions. These pools are grouped together on the basis of function. There are estimates on the actual number of pools, which range between a few hundred to a few thousand. When one pool has output, it could possibly depress or stimulate the activity of other pools. The pattern of interaction among the neurons give us clues as to the functional characteristics of the neuronal pool.
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A neuronal pool is a group of interconnected neurons with specific functions.
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I don't know! That's pretty mysterious. I imagine one of those plastic above ground pools that you can set up in your backyard, but filled with huge wiggling nerve-like brain nuerons
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