dendritenoun [ C ]/ˈden.draɪt/ /ˈden.draɪt/
Examples from literature
- It is now known that the protoplasm in all parts of the neuron proper—cell-body, axis cylinder, and dendrites—has a grayish color, while the coverings of most of the fibers are white.
- One inclines to imagine a retraction of dendrites, which breaks the connection between the central end of the optic nerve and the occipital centers of vision.
- The dendrites are short extensions from the cell-body.
- The white matter contains no nerve cells or dendrites.
- These axon runners from one cell connect through synapses to dendrite runners on other cells.