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Q: How does the unique structure of the nerve cell help it carry out its function?
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What type of structure would help nerve cells carry out this function?

It helps the cell connect with other nerve cells It helps the cell connect with other nerve cells


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You have a nerve that carry the impulses from inner ear to brain. It is sensory nerve. It is the 8th nerve. It is called as vestibulocochlear nerve.


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How does a nerve cell function in a human?

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