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which of the following is a correct pathway of a nerve impulse?
A. Synapse - cell body - dendrites - axon
B. Axon - cell body - synapse - dendrite
C. Dendrite - cell body - synapse - dendrite
D. Dendrite - cell body - axon - synapse

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