Definition of Neurocoel

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Neurocoel

neurochemist
neurochemistries
neurochemistry
neurochemists
neurochip
neurochips
neurochitin
neurochord
neurochordal
neurochorioretinitis
neurochoroiditis
neurochronaxic theory
neurocirculatory asthenia
neurocity
neurocladism
neurocoel (current term)
neurocoele
neurocoeles
neurocoels
neurocognition
neurocognitive
neurocognitively
neurocomputational
neurocomputing
neurocord
neurocords
neurocrania
neurocranial
neurocranial granulomatous arteritis
neurocranium

Literary usage of Neurocoel

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1. Outlines of Chordate Development by William Erskine Kellicott (1913)
"The Central Nervous System Very soon after hatching the walls of the spinal cord thicken, constricting the neurocoel, and becoming differentiated into three ..."

2. The Alligator and Its Allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"(sc) is here differentiated into three areas—a dense, deeply stained area immediately around the neurocoel; a less dense area of cells surrounding the inner ..."

3. Vertebrate Zoölogy by Horatio Hackett Newman (1920)
"... especially of the mesoblast; a central nervous system dorsal in position and tubular in structure, with a well- defined central canal or neurocoel; ..."

4. Collected Reprints by Otto Charles Glaser (1904)
"... the appearance of a longitudinal furrow, the edges of this plate rise, meet in the mid-dorsal line, and fuse to form a tube, enclosing the neurocoel. ..."

5. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections by Smithsonian Institution (1908)
"The spinal cord (sc) is here differentiated into three areas—a dense, deeply stained area immediately around the neurocoel; a less dense area of cells ..."

6. The Development of the American Alligator (A. Mississippiensis) by Albert Moore Reese (1908)
"The spinal cord (sc) is here differentiated into three areas—a dense, deeply stained area immediately around the neurocoel ; a less dense area of cells ..."

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