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31 August, 03:33

You are examining another neuron, and find that it has two processes, both of which generate action potentials. What is the structural class of this neuron? How did you come to this conclusion?

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  1. 31 August, 04:17
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    Answer: This is a pseudounipolar neuron.

    Explanation: A pseudounipolar neuron has two axons, a central process and a peripheral process. Both processes are capable of generating action potentials, and so both are axons.
  2. 31 August, 04:29
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    This is an example of the neurons named pseudounipolar in which the two axons a central process and a peripheral process.

    A pseudounipolar neuron is a kind of neuron in which one extension can be seen coming out of its cell body.

    This neuron has the ability to split into two branches. One branch can travel the peripheral nervous system and the other reaches the central nervous system.

    This can be concluded because it has two place of processing one is central and other is peripheral.
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