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The non-myelinated neurons are those, where there is no layer of Schwann cell membrane over the axon. Also we can say those neurons without myelin sheath over the axon.

These neurons are slow in transmission of the impulse or the action potential. These neurons are found in the peripheral nervous system. Especially found in the visceral nervous system and the grey matter of the central nervous system.