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(solution) What makes it possible for an impulse to move from one neuron to


 What makes it possible for an impulse to move from one neuron to an adjacent neuron? a The axon of one neuron always touches the axon of the adjacent neuron b Dendrites of one neuron always touch the axon of the adjacent neuron c Neurotransmitters are released from the dendrites of one neuron and diffuse to the axon terminal of the adjacent neuron d Neurotransmitters are released from the axon terminal of one neuron and diffuse to the dendrites of the adjacent neuron e Cerebrospinal fluids are released from the axon terminal of one neuron and diffuse to the axons of the adjacent neuron

 


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