Name The Part Of The Neuron Where Information Is Acquired

Dendrites are the segments where sensory information is relayed. Structurally, dendrites are extensions of the nerve cell, branching off into many short fibres. This is done to increase the surface area of the dendrites, making them more effective at receiving the signals from other nerve cells.

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