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Membrane potential is present only in nerve cells.

(a) True

(b) False

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Right option is (b) False

Easiest explanation: A membrane potential of -70 mV is present in neurons. However this phenomena is not specific to neurons, membrane potential exists in other types of cells as well from anywhere between -15 to -100 mV.

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