Definition of Neural structure

1. Noun. A structure that is part of the nervous system.




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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neural Structure

neural folds
neural ganglion
neural groove
neural induction
neural layer of optic retina
neural layer of retina
neural net
neural network
neural networks
neural part of hypophysis
neural pathway
neural plate
neural retina
neural segment
neural spine
neural structure (current term)
neural tube
neuralation
neuralgia
neuralgia facialis vera
neuralgias
neuralgic
neuralgic amyotrophy
neuralgies
neuralgiform
neuralgy
neuralizing
neurally
neuramic

Literary usage of Neural structure

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1. The Physical Basis of Mind and Morals by Michael Hendrick Fitch (1908)
"So that consciousness is not an objective thing existing in the body, but a condition produced by objective things, through, and by, the neural structure, ..."

2. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"The central neural structure is here vitally mobile, and forms a sensitive medium whose constitution undergoes changes concomitant with and corresponding to ..."

3. Philosophical Problems in the Light of Vital Organization by Edmund Montgomery (1907)
"The central neural structure is here vitally mobile, and forms a sensitive medium whose constitution undergoes changes concomitant with and corresponding to ..."

4. Psychology and the Psychosis: Intellect by Denton Jaques Snider (1896)
"Thus the movement in the organism and also its structure, especially its neural structure, is cyclical. Already we observed the same fact as the chief ..."

5. The Encyclopaedia Britannica: “a” Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature edited by Hugh Chisholm (1911)
"... substances and globulin in proportion to the degree of decay of the neural structure; they arise from the destructive metabolism of the neural elements. ..."

6. Psychology: An Introductory Study of the Structure and Function of Human by James Rowland Angell (1904)
"This tendency is in no way modified by the complexity of the neural structure, except as regards the ease with which we detect such reappearance of the ..."

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