dendric

dendric

 [den´drik]
pertaining to a dendrite.

dendric

(dĕn′drĭk)
Pert. to or possessing a dendrite.

dendric

pertaining to a dendrite.
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A child's brain during the first three years of life is rapidly developing through generation of neurons, synaptogenesis, axonal and dendric growth, and synaptic pruning each of which build upon each other.
The work of the psychologist Deleuze (Deleuze and Guatari 1976) applies a botanical metaphor; in place of a tree structure with a clear path back to the root, he proposes "rhizomes," the twisted underground structures of plants such as lilies that can connect in multiple places without any dendric structure.