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Neurodude
post Aug 03, 2013, 06:15 AM
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Hi,

just wanted to put a question out there for everyone who knows the dendrite really well.

The question is:

Does the dendrite collect all sorts of electrical signals or does it just collect electrical signals from a specific range for each animal/human?

I know that the dendrite collects the electrical signal then passes it to the cell body which converts that signal into something else so then the axon can understand it and pass on the information to the next cell body.
Any help/answers is appreciated.

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