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Gray, E. G. Electron microscopy of excitatory and inhibitory synapses: a brief review. Prog. Brain Res. 31: 141, 1969. 18. Bloom, F. E. Localization of neurotransmitters by electron microscopy. In Neurotransmitters (Proc. ARNMD). Baltimore: Williams & Wilkins, 1972, vol. 50, pp. 25–57. 19. Wolfe, D. , Potter, L. , Richardson, K. C. and Axelrod, J. Localizing tritiated norepinephrine in sympathetic axons by electron microscopic autoradiography. Science 138: 440–442, 1962. 20. Pappas, G. D. and Waxman, S.
In terms of physiological typing, three groups of synapses are recognized: excitatory, inhibitory and modulatory. Some neuroanatomical studies  have claimed that excitatory synapses possess spherical synaptic vesicles, whereas inhibitory synapses contain a predominance of flattened vesicles (Fig. 1-8). Other studies  have correlated this synaptic vesicular diversity with physiological data. In his study on the cerebellum, Gray  showed that neurons with a known predominance of excitatory input on dendrites and an inhibitory input on the cell body possessed two corresponding types of synapse; however, although this interpretation fits well in some loci of the CNS, it does not hold true for all regions.
Briefly, certain synapses in the cerebral cortex can be grouped into two types, depending on the length of the contact area between synaptic membranes and the amount of postsynaptic thickening. Relationships have been found between type 1 synapses, which have closely apposed membranes over long distances and a large amount of associated postsynaptic thickening, and excitatory axodendritic synapses. Type 2 synapses, which show less close apposition and thickening at the junction, are mainly axosomatic and are believed to be inhibitory.
Basic Neurochemistry. Molecular, Cellular and Medical Aspects by George M.D. Siegel, R. Wayne Ph.D Albers, Scott Ph.D Brady, Donald M.D. Price, American Society for Neurochem