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20 October, 16:13

The soma is the part of the nerve cell that A. transmits information to the next neuron. B. collects and combines incoming information. C. carries nerve impulses over large distances. D. forms branching connections at the end of each axon.

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  1. 20 October, 18:00
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    The correct answer is letter C

    Cellular Bodies (SOMA) is the part of the nucleus that contains the nucleus and the organelles and structures surrounding the nucleus. It is not right to say that the Cell Body is the cytoplasm of the neuron because some of its organelles and cytoplasmic structures may be present in the axon. Pericário was already considered synonymous with Cellular Body, however, some authors consider it to be the total cytoplasm of the neuron.

    The cell body can reach from 3 to 135 µm in diameter, it is rounded, vesicular and its nucleus tends to be in its central region with a prominent nucleolus.
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