What is the difference between unipolar, bipolar and multipolar neurons ? Give ope example of each



Unipolar neurons:
Unipolar neu¬ron has only one axon.
E.g., found in the ganglia in brain and spinal cord.
Bipolar neurons :
Bipolar neuron has one axon and one dendrite.
E.g., found in the sense organs.
Multipolar neurons :
Multipolar neu¬ron has one axon and many den¬drites.
E.g., found in the central nervous system.