Unipolar neuron

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A unipolar neuron is a neuron with a single neurite, round body and with different segments that serve as superficial receptors or terminals. Unipolar neurons are more common in the nervous system of the invertebrates, or premature embryos. In adult humans, unipolar neurons are found mostly in dorsal root ganglia.

See also

Pseudounipolar neuron




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