As every cell has organelles, what type of organelles are located in the neuron?

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Like any other cell...

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See the diagram below for a complete breakdown:

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As you can see, all "standard" organelles (mitochondria, RER, SER, Golgi, Nucleus etc.) are present and correct...

Footnote:
The Myelin sheath is not part of the Nerve cell, they are the product of other cells (Schwann cells) that form the sheath..

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