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Dendron
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dendrite

dendrite (dèn´drìt´) noun
1. a. A mineral crystallizing in another mineral in the form of a branching or treelike mark. b. A rock or mineral bearing such a mark or marks.
2. A branched protoplasmic extension of a nerve cell that conducts impulses from adjacent cells inward toward the cell body. A single nerve may possess many dendrites. In this sense, also called dendron.
 

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Dendrites and Microtubules
Dendrites in relation to internal linkMicrotubules

This is a model of a typical brain cell, or neuron. Your brain contains billions of brain cells. A brain cell consists of a cell body, which stores the internal linkDNA, dendrites which receive chemical signals from other cells, and an axon, which carries an internal linkelectrical signal from the cell body to the axon terminals. The axon terminals contain chemicals, called "neurotransmitters," which are released in order for the cell to communicate with nearby cells.

internal linkSerotonin is a neurotransmitter, and some brain cells have axons that contain only serotonin. These are called "serotonin neurons." Other brain cells produce and release different neurotransmitters, like dopamine or norepinephrine, and some produce and release more than one neurotransmitter. However, your serotonin cells only produce and release serotonin.



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