Differentiate between neurons and neuroglia

Differences between neurons and neuroglia are

They conduct nerve impulses.
They have two types of processes, i.e., axon and dendron.
They form synapse.
They cannot divide.


They form packing around the nerve cells in the central nervous system. Some are phagocytic in nature.
They have only one type of process.
They do not form synapse.
They can divide.