IS THERE ANY DIFFERENCE BETWEEN DENDRITES AND GANGELIONS ????
Asked by | 21st Aug, 2012, 08:06: PM
Dendrites are the short branched projections of neuron (from cyton) which receive electrical signals. When a group of neurons are clumped together, (usually outside the brain and spinal cord) the site is called ganglion. The compact group of neurons in ganglion are enclosed by connective tissue.
Answered by | 22nd Aug, 2012, 08:28: AM
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