Definition of Diaxons

1. diaxon [n] - See also: diaxon



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Diaxons

diatribes
diatribist
diatribists
diatrizoate
diatrizoate meglumine
diatrizoic acid
diatron
diatrons
diatropic
diatryma
diatrymas
diatyposis
diaxial
diaxially
diaxon
diaxons (current term)
diaza
diazaanthracene
diazaborolane
diazafluorene
diazanaphthalene
diazanaphthalenes
diazanylidene
diazanylidenes
diazaphenanthrene
diazaphenanthrenes
diazaphospholane
diazecine
diazecines
diazene

Literary usage of Diaxons

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1. A Textbook of physiology by Winfield Scott Hall (1899)
"How is it with diaxons ? In the spinal ganglia both the spinal and the peripheral processes have the characteristics of a true axis- cylinder, myelin sheath ..."

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