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den·dron

 (dĕn′drŏn′)
n.

[Greek, tree; see deru- in Indo-European roots.]
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dendron

(ˈdɛndrɒn)
n
(Anatomy) another name for dendrite1
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The metallurgists first observing these crystals thought they resembled trees and called them dendrites, after the Greek word for tree ([TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] or dendron).
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(in which 0 denotes pending, 1 denotes soma, 2 denotes axon, 3 denotes dendron, 4 denotes apical dendrite, and so on) (see Table 2);
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