Differentiate between Dendrites and axons

Asked by Pragya Singh | 11 months ago |  96

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Solution :-

Dendrites Axons
The axons arise from the cytons
present anteriorly
At their posterior position, these are
extensions of cytons.
Cellular impulses are transmitted
through these pathways.
Cells use them to conduct impulses
away from their bodies.
There is no myelin sheath in
dendrites.
The axons may or may not be
myelinated.
Dendrites become receptors at their
terminals.
There are many terminal arborization
at the end of each axon.

 

Answered by Abhisek | 11 months ago

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