Definition of Neuraxons
1. neuraxon [n] - See also: neuraxon
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Literary usage of Neuraxons
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. A Text-book of physiology by Isaac Ott (1913)
"Chief Fillet, Ending Chiefly in the Ventral Nucleus of the Optic Thalamus and then United by New neuraxons to Parietal Cortex. tricle, then pass up through ..."
2. The Anatomy of the Central Nervous System of Man and of Vertebrates in General by Ludwig Edinger (1899)
"The neuraxons of all these cells pass in a direction toward the medullary layer; ... As regards the course of their neuraxons, as well as their dendrites, ..."
3. A Text-book of Histology: Arranged Upon an Embryological Basis by Frederic Thomas Lewis, Philipp Stöhr (1913)
"The neuraxons arise t ^1 irri II i i• Nuclei of small cells of irom the deep Surface Of ... Their long neuraxons, thin at first but later becoming thicker, ..."
4. A Laboratory Text-book of Embryology by Charles Sedgwick Minot (1910)
"They have many of them already produced long, slender outgrowths which we can identify as the neuraxons. In order to study the distribution of the ..."
5. Elements of Histology by Edward Klein, John Sydney Edkins (1898)
"Some pyramidal cells again probably have their neuraxons terminating in connection with cells of the corpus striatum (P3). The connections of a cell of ..."
6. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"... the cerebro- spinal axis are in turn largely controlled by an association of cells situated in the bulb and termed the vaso-motor centre. The neuraxons ..."