multipolar neuron

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mul·ti·po·lar neu·ron

a neuron with several processes, usually an axon and three or more dendrites.

multipolar neuron

A neuron with many processes originating from the cell body.

mul·ti·po·lar neu·ron

(mŭl'tē-pō'lăr nūr'on)
A neuron with several processes, usually an axon and three or more dendrites.

multipolar neuron

A neuron with one axon and many dendrites.
See also: neuron
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The primitive DPCs usually appearing as spindle-shaped cells changed to flat multipolar cells with elongated shapes (Fig.
The nucleus ovoidalis consists of a clearly delineated group of densely packed multipolar cells of approximately uniform diameter.
2, n = 10) in the apical organ; these were mostly bipolar, with a few multipolar cells present (Fig.