Medical Definition of Cyton
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cyton
Literary usage of Cyton
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Essentials of physiology by Francis Arthur Bainbridge, James Acworth Menzies (1916)
"Every neuron consists of a nerve cell, known as a cyton, and its processes. In the simplest form the cyton is bipolar, with one process connected with each ..."
2. Fabric Rolls and Documents of York Minster: Or, A Defence of "The History of by John Browne, James Raine (1862)
"... de Johanne cyton. igne circa le mold, xjs. Itm vc alie parve arbores. ... de Johanne cyton. Page 31, line 1. ..."