Health part 2

The three basic parts of a neuron include ________.

A. Soma, dendrites, axon

B. Dendrites, cell body, neurotransmitters

C. Axon, dendrites, neurotransmitters

D. None of the above

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asked by Carlos
  1. hey all you ashworth students its c

    posted by dareck
  2. its not c

    posted by Jacob
  3. How does everyone know this is for ashworth? That's MY question.

    posted by Angell
  4. Were ashworth students

    posted by Hunter
  5. Go Ashworth

    posted by Tiffany
  6. It is C

    posted by Kayce
  7. It is not C (I've taken this test,) it is A

    posted by Lolita
  8. SEER - "Each neuron has three basic parts: cell body (soma), one or more dendrites, and a single axon." It is A

    posted by Stacy
  9. Hunter i agree and yes the answer is A

    posted by TCB
  10. Im Ashworth student as well.... However im not trying to cheat just confirming the answer i already thought it was :P It's A. Not C silly goose. haha.

    posted by Austin
  11. Sureeeeee Austin ;P

    posted by Jony
  12. GOO! ashworth ! :D

    posted by Anonymous
  13. so is the answer a or c?
    ps. GO ASHWORTH!!!!

    posted by samantha
  14. Youre all retarded
    Yea go ashworth James Madison whoowoo
    So what just answer the damn question we get it

    posted by Angie
  15. Thanks guys

    posted by Honey

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