The nerve cell has two very distinct and important components called axons and dendrites.
The nerve cell has two very distinct and important components called axons and dendrites. These two parts of the cell are responsible for relaying electrical signals with other nerve cells. Read on to explore how these two structures are different from each other and the specific function they perform
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Difference Between Dendrites and Axons
Uniformly thick throughout its length
Edges taper off into branch-like structures
Conducts impulses away from the cell body (soma)
Conducts impulses towards the cell body
The terminal branches end in a knot