Dendrite is defined as branching fiber that emanates from a neuron, growing narrower as it extends from the cell body toward the periphery. It is the end of the neuron that receives information; it looks like a tree with many branches and typically contain numerous receptor sites, and are thus important in neural transmission Moreover, Dendrites are neuron fibers that receive incoming messages; the rootlike parts of a neuron that receive impulses from other neurons. Dendrite is from the Greek dendron, meaning "tree" and referring to the branching appearance of Dendrites
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