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Long term memory

Introduction: Long term memory

Description of Long term memory

Long term memory: memory that is retained over a long period of time; thought to be accompanied by structural alterations on two levels of synaptic organization, 1) a change in the number, size and vesicle component of synapse active zones, and 2) a modulation of the total number of synaptic varicosities.
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