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ar·bo·ri·za·tion

 (är′bər-ĭ-zā′shən)
n.
1. A branching, treelike shape or arrangement, as that of the dendrite of a nerve cell.
2. The formation of a treelike shape or arrangement.

arborization

(ˌɑːbəraɪˈzeɪʃən) or

arborisation

n
1. (Geological Science) a branching treelike appearance in certain fossils and minerals
2. (Palaeontology) a branching treelike appearance in certain fossils and minerals

ar•bor•i•za•tion

(ˌɑr bər əˈzeɪ ʃən)

n.
innervation by the proliferation of axons and dendrites.
[1785–95]
ar′bor•ize`, v.i. -ized, -iz•ing.

arborization

- The production of a treelike structure.
See also related terms for production.
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1997) shows that environmental enrichment, during the critical period of development, induces a significant increment of dendritic arborizations in the pyramidals neurons of layer V in the visual cortex.
Axon arborizations were rarely observed in the pyramidal cell layer.
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