Cell body

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&nbsp;The cell body is part of the neuron that contains the nucleus and organelles, controling all of the functions of the cell. The cell body connects to the dendrites; which brings signals into the neuron, and the axon, which sends signals out to other neurons<ref>W.M Becker.(2017)Becker's world of the cell. Harlow, Pearson. p683</ref>.  
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&nbsp;The cell body is part of the neuron that contains the nucleus and organelles, controling all of the functions of the cell. The cell body connects to the dendrites; which brings signals into the neuron, and the axon, which sends signals out to other neurons<ref>W.M Becker,et al.(2017)Becker's world of the cell. Harlow, Pearson. p683</ref>.  
  
 
[[Image:MotorNeuron.jpg|A motor neuron]]  
 
[[Image:MotorNeuron.jpg|A motor neuron]]  

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 The cell body is part of the neuron that contains the nucleus and organelles, controling all of the functions of the cell. The cell body connects to the dendrites; which brings signals into the neuron, and the axon, which sends signals out to other neurons[1].

A motor neuron

References

  1. W.M Becker,et al.(2017)Becker's world of the cell. Harlow, Pearson. p683
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