Neurons keep being produced well into adulthood. There are now MANY
references to this effect.
Neurons are the critical elements in intelligence, the others have roles to
play but in the end in comes down to neurons.
Microglia can be induced in response to stress, though not necessarily
increasing in number but in activity. This will not increase intelligence
and current thinking is that chronically activated microglia are quite
deleterious to brain health.
raden <raden_gatutkacha at yahoo.com> wrote in message
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> Neurons stop reproducing after infancy. But axons, dendrites, and
> glial cells--which provide electrochemical connections between
> neurons--keep growing as long as we keep learning. These
> interconnections are far more important to intelligence than the
> number of neurons in our brain
>> Is there any way to increase axons, glial cells and dendrites ?
> Will be apreciated.