dendrites

(Life processes and cells) branch-like extensions of a neurone or nerve cell which receive impulses from other neurones

Dendrites

Branched extensions of the nerve cell body that receive signals from other nerve cells. Each nerve cell usually has many dendrites.
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Dendrites

crystal that develops with a typical multi-branching tree-like form.
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dendrites

Crystals that form in a tree-like pattern during solidification.
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dendrites

n. Small branching patterns on rocks made of iron and manganese oxides that show the passage of fluids through the rock.
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dendrites

n. Small branching patterns on rocks made of iron and manganese oxides that show the passage of fluids through the rock.
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dendrites

On of the threadlike extensions of the cytoplasm of a neuron. In unipolar and bipolar neurons, they resemble axons structurally, but typically, as in multipolar neurons, they branch into treelike processes. Dendrites comprise most of the receptive surfaces of a neuron. ... (12 Dec 1998) ...
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dendrites

Short threadlike extensions of a nerve cell; they act to receive nerve impulses from adjacent nerve cells.
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Dendrites

Short, branching outgrowths of a nerve cell (neurone) that receive messages from other nerve cells and pass them the cell body. Each nerve cell has many dendrites.
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Dendrites

Short, highly branched fibers that carry signals toward the cell body of a neuron.
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dendrites

Small branching patterns on rocks made of iron and manganese oxides that show the passage of fluids through the rock.
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Dendrites

The branched fibers of neurons that receive incoming signals.
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Dendrites

The dendrites are the short processes of the neuron which carry nerve impulses toward the body of the neuron from the synapse. The dendrites are distinguished from the axons, which carry nerve impulses away from the body of the neuron. The dendrite terminals accept the nerve impulses as they pass through synaptic connections from the axon of anothe...
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