The Ganglionic Corpuscles , so called because they are found in the substance of the ganglia, receive the sensitive tubes as they come from the brain or spinal marrow. These tubes unite with the walls of the corpuscle at one of the points or poles of its periphery, and emerge from it at the opposite pole.
The ganglionic corpuscles are divided into bi-polar or multi-polar, according as they receive one or several tubes.
Fig. 7. A nerve and its ramifications seen by the naked eye.
The fibres of Remak appear to be one of the constituent elements of the filaments of the nerves of motion.