Electrical impulse travels in a neuron from (a) Dendrite → axon → axonal end → cell body (b) Cell body → dendrite → axon → axonal end (c) Dendrite → cell body → axon → axonal end (d) Axonal end → axon → cell body → dendrite

(c) Dendrite → cell body → axon → axonal end

The electrical impulse travels in a neuron from Dendrite to cell body to axon end to axonal end. Hence, option C is the right answer. Dendrites are tree-like extensions at the beginning of a neuron that help increase the surface area of the cell body. These tiny protrusions receive information from other neurons and transmit electrical stimulation to the soma.

  • Neurons carry these impulses from one place to another by connecting receptors in the central nervous system.
  • They also connect one part of the nervous system to another in the case of the brain and the spinal cord and effector organs such as muscles and glands.
  • The structure of the neuron is as follows: It starts with the dendrite, which leads to the cell body, leading to the axon, and finally the axon terminal, which connects to the dendrite of the other neuron through a synapse.

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