• Card 7 / 9: What are the major structural differences between dorsal root ganglia (DRG) and autonomic ganglia?
    A) A. The DRG contain the cell bodies of sensory neurons whereas the sympathetic ganglia contain the synaptic junctions between preganglionic and postganglionic neurons.
    B) B. One is derived from neural crest and the other from neural tube.
    C) C. Both have synapses.
    D) D. One belongs to the CNS and the other belongs to the PNS.

    Answer:
    A) A. The DRG contain the cell bodies of sensory neurons whereas the sympathetic ganglia contain the synaptic junctions between preganglionic and postganglionic neurons.

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Explanation:

Here you see 3 neurons of different sizes in a DRG. The neurons are surrounded by satellite cells and blue collagen is on the outside.

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