e following statements concerning structures of the spinal cord is false? ple Choice The posterior horn of the cord contains the cell bodies of motor neurons. The ventral root of the spinal cord conveys motor (efferent) nerve impulses away from thes The ventral root is formed by the axons of neurons in the lateral and anterior horns. The dorsal and ventral roots unite to form spinal nerves. The dorsal root of the spinal cord conveys sensory (afferent) nerve impulses to the spinal cord.

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e following statements concerning structures of the spinal cord is false?
ple Choice
The posterior horn of the cord contains the cell bodies of motor neurons.
The ventral root of the spinal cord conveys motor (efferent) nerve impulses away from thes
The ventral root is formed by the axons of neurons in the lateral and anterior horns.
The dorsal and ventral roots unite to form spinal nerves.
The dorsal root of the spinal cord conveys sensory (afferent) nerve impulses to the spinal cord.
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e following statements concerning structures of the spinal cord is false? ple Choice The posterior horn of the cord contains the cell bodies of motor neurons. The ventral root of the spinal cord conveys motor (efferent) nerve impulses away from thes The ventral root is formed by the axons of neurons in the lateral and anterior horns. The dorsal and ventral roots unite to form spinal nerves. The dorsal root of the spinal cord conveys sensory (afferent) nerve impulses to the spinal cord.

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