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*  Hyperosmia
At the glomerular layer, axons from the olfactory receptor neurons intermingle with dendrites from intrinsic olfactory bulb ...
*  Purkinje cell
These parallel fibers make relatively weaker excitatory (glutamatergic) synapses to spines in the Purkinje cell dendrite, ... Findings have suggested that Purkinje cell dendrites release endocannabinoids that can transiently downregulate both excitatory ... with basket cells synapsing on the Purkinje cell axon initial segment and stellate cells onto the dendrites. Purkinje cells ... are caused by climbing fiber activation and can involve the generation of calcium-mediated action potentials in the dendrites. ...
*  Quantitative models of the action potential
... such as excitatory postsynaptic potentials from the dendrites or a scientist's electrode. The model further assumes that a ...
*  Compartmental modelling of dendrites
... deals with multi-compartment modelling of the dendrites, to make the understanding of the ... Many mathematical models have been developed to understand the electric behavior of the dendrites. Dendrites tend to be very ... Basically, compartmental modelling of dendrites is a very helpful tool to develop new biological neuron models. Dendrites are ... The dendrites are divided into small compartments and they are linked together as shown in the figure. It is assumed that the ...
*  Dendrite
Unipolar dendrites are used to detect sensory stimuli such as touch or temperature. The term dendrites was first used in 1889 ... However, synapses involving dendrites can also be axodendritic, involving an axon signaling to a dendrite, or dendrodendritic, ... These contribute to the organization of the dendrites on individual cell bodies and the placement of these dendrites in the ... Axons can be distinguished from dendrites by several features including shape, length, and function. Dendrites often taper off ...
*  Basal dendrite
A basal dendrite is a dendrite that emerges from the base of a pyramidal cell that receives information from nearby neurons and ... "Basilar Dendrite". Neuroscience Information Framework. August 2010. Retrieved 24 December 2014. ...
*  Apical dendrite
An apical dendrite is a dendrite that emerges from the apex of a pyramidal cell. Apical dendrites are one of two primary ... Two types of dendrites present on pyramidal cells are apical and basal dendrites. Apical dendrites can be divided into two ... Proximal apical dendrites and basal dendrites have approximately the same density. Apical dendrites possess a larger average ... Dendrite arbors formed by apical dendrites are the means by which synaptic inputs into a cell are integrated. The apical ...
*  Dendrite (crystal)
A three-dimensional form of dendrite develops in fissures in quartz, forming moss agate. In chemistry, a dendrite is a crystal ... This process occurs again and again until a dendrite is produced. The term "dendrite" comes from the Greek word dendron ( ... Scientists are particularly interested in dendrite size, shape, and how the branches of the dendrites interact with each other ... Mindat Manganese Dendrites What is a dendrite? http://minerals.gps.caltech.edu/FILES/DENDRITE/Index.html The Isothermal ...
*  Dendrite (metal)
The dendrite thus exhibits a sharper and sharper tip as it grows. If the anisotropy is large enough, the dendrite may present a ... The dendrites are also common in cast products, where they may become visible by etching of a polished specimen. As dendrites ... Dendrites also form during the freezing of many nonmetallic substances such as ice. Dendrites usually form under non- ... A dendrite growing in an undercooled melt can be approximated as a parabolic needle-like crystal that grows in a shape- ...
*  Oblique dendrite
An oblique dendrite is a dendrite that branches from an apical dendrite that emerges from the apex of a pyramidal cell. Oblique ... Dendrites are extensions of the cell body of a neuron. The growth and development of oblique dendrites in rats has been linked ... The peptide has been shown to block A-type voltage-gated potassium channel in pyramidal cell dendrites; the thin branches of ... This results in an increase in oblique dendrites and dendritic branching. The beta amyloid peptide, which may lead to the ...
*  Dendrite (adhesive)
Dendrite is a contact adhesive and rubber cement brand marketed in India and South Asia, mainly in Eastern India, Bangladesh ... Dendrite holds 80% of the market share. throughout the country in Footwear retail market.[citation needed] Its marketing slogan ... The company's major product is marketed under the brand name 'DENDRITE'. The products are marketed through an All-India network ... is Bonding our world together.[citation needed] Dendrite is produced by the Chandras' Chemical Enterprises (Pvt) Limited under ...
*  Dendrite (mathematics)
Dendrites may be used to model certain types of Julia set. For example, if 0 is pre-periodic, but not periodic, under the ... In mathematics, a dendrite is a certain type of topological space that may be characterized either as a locally connected ... function f ( z ) = z 2 + c {\displaystyle f(z)=z^{2}+c} , then the Julia set of f {\displaystyle f} is a dendrite. Whyburn, ...
*  Dendrite (disambiguation)
Dendrite may also refer to: dendrite (non-neuronal), branching projections of certain skin cells and immune cells dendrite ( ... The word dendrite derives from the Greek word "dendron" meaning "tree". A dendrite is a branched projection of a neuron. ... a crystal that develops with a typical multi-branching tree-like form Dendrite (adhesive), a brand of contact cement from India ... metal), a characteristic tree-like structure of crystals growing as molten metal freezes dendrite (mathematics), a locally ...
*  David the Dendrite
... (? - 540), also known as David the tree-dweller and David of Thessalonika, is a patron saint of Thessaloniki ... 2. Birmingham: Lazarica Press, 1986 God's Foolishness, a discussion of holy fools, including David the Dendrite. ...
*  Dendrite (non-neuronal)
A dendrite is a branching projection of the cytoplasm of a cell. While the term is most commonly used to refer to the branching ... Non-neuronal cells that have dendrites: Dendritic cells, part of the mammalian immune system Melanocytes, pigment-producing ...
*  Dendrite International, Inc. v. Doe No. 3
... , A-2774-00T3 (2001), is a New Jersey Superior Court case in which Dendrite ... The original Superior Court case, Dendrite International, Inc. v. Does, was a lawsuit brought by Dendrite International, Inc. ( ... Dendrite appealed the decision with respect to Doe No. 3. The appellate court affirmed the Morris County court's opinion, ... The trial judge felt that Dendrite had failed to prove that it was harmed by the allegations, and found that the conduct of ...
*  David LaBerge
A series of papers explored the hypothesis that the apical dendrite is not "just another dendrite" but has its own special ... A formal description of a theory of electric resonance in apical dendrites appeared in an article by Kasevich & LaBerge (2010 ... Kasevich, R.S., and LaBerge, D. (2010). Theory of electric resonance in the neocortical apical dendrite. PLoS ONE, 6(8): e23412 ... David LaBerge (born 1929) is a neuropsychologist specializing in the attention process and the role of apical dendrites in ...
*  List of rock textures
Cumulate; see also layered intrusion Decussate Devitirification; devitrified Dendritic texture; dendrites Diatextite; see also ...
*  Research in lithium-ion batteries
It prevents dendrite growth because its pores are only 15-20 nm across, smaller than dendrites' 20- to 50-nm nanoscale tips, ... No dendrites form. The cell has 3 times the energy density of conventional lithium-ion batteries. An extended life of more than ... Instead of dendrites, the electrode developed a thin sheet of lithium nodules that did not extend into the electrolyte and risk ... One is soft and conducts ions; the other is hard and prevents dendrite formation. Battery charge cycling had yet to be assessed ...
*  Anion-conducting channelrhodopsin
This effect is known as shunting inhibition (as opposed to inhibition by hyperpolarization). Illuminating the dendrite prevents ... "Active cortical dendrites modulate perception". Science. 354 (6319): 1587-1590. doi:10.1126/science.aah6066. ISSN 0036-8075. ...
*  Pattern formation
Dendrites in solidification, liquid crystals. Solitons. Sphere packings and coverings. Mathematics underlies the other pattern ...
*  Doe v. 2themart.com Inc.
Dendrite test. A multi-part test:(1) the plaintiff must make good faith efforts to notify the poster and give the poster a ... When deciding this case, the court set forth a new three-part test by considering both of the Dendrite and Cahill tests: (1) ...
*  Afferent nerve fiber
These cells do not have dendrites. They have a smooth and rounded cell body. Just outside the spinal cord, thousands of ...
*  MiR-134
Tai, HC; Schuman, EM (Feb 21, 2006). "MicroRNA: microRNAs reach out into dendrites". Current Biology. 16 (4): R121-3. doi: ...
*  Reeler
Impaired dendrite outgrowth. In one study, reeler mice were shown to have attenuated methamphetamine-induced hyperlocomotion, ... Niu S, Renfro A, Quattrocchi CC, Sheldon M, D'Arcangelo G. (2004) Reelin promotes hippocampal dendrite development through the ...