Why dont motor neurons have dendrons but have dendrites? Watch

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My explanation would be because the axon of sensory neurons transmits the action potential to the CNS. As the cell body of the motor neuron is already in the CNS it doesnt need a dendron, but has dendrites to get the action potential from the axons of the sensory neuron.


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