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I am getting conflicting info from 2 of my anatomy books. From what i know it has only one nucleus. But one book says it can have 2
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My anatomy book says that neurons have one nucleus.
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Morris wrote:My anatomy book says that neurons have one nucleus.
I suppose anything is possible however maybe the real answer in the text should be " a typical human neuron has one nucleus".
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Heh...only found on PUBMed
Statistical studies on nuclear variation in mononuclear and binuclear ganglionic cells of the autonomic nervous system in rabbits]
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in my anatomy book it says also neuron has only one nucleus....
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my book says one, too
"a neuron has a cell body, also called cyton, with a typical nucleus and granular cytoplasm
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