Definition of Myelinic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to the substance that forms a sheath around the axon of some nerve fibers.

Partainyms: Myelin
Derivative terms: Myelin



Definition of Myelinic

1. myelin [adj] - See also: myelin

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myelinic

myelencephalous
myelic
myelin
myelin protein zero
myelin sheath
myelin sheaths
myelinate
myelinated
myelinated nerve fiber
myelinates
myelinating
myelination
myelinations
myeline
myelines
myelinic (current term)
myelinisation
myelinization
myelinogenesis
myelins
myelitides
myelitis
myelo-
myeloablated
myeloablation
myeloablative
myeloblast
myeloblastic
myeloblastic leukemia
myeloblastosis

Literary usage of Myelinic

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1. A Manual of histology by Thomas Edward Satterthwaite (1882)
"To study the properties of a myelinic nerve, we may take a portion of the sciatic from a frog that has just been killed. Having removed it with care and ..."

2. Handbook of Diseases of the Skin by Hugo Ziemssen (1885)
"... and provided with nuclei; it contains a moderate number of capillaries and comparatively numerous lymph-spaces. In the centre are scattered myelinic and ..."

3. Buffalo Medical Journal (1883)
"two or more parts, each of which becomes a myelinic nerve- tube. 3. From the extremity of a primitive nerve-tube several delicate, but perfect, ..."

4. Anatomy, Descriptive and Applied by Henry Gray (1910)
"myelinic axones or medullated axis-cylinder processes are axones enveloped by a relatively thick sheath composed of semifluid ..."

5. Buffalo Medical and Surgical Journal (1883)
"two or more parts, each of which becomes a myelinic nerve- tube. 3. From the extremity of a primitive nerve-tube several delicate, but perfect, ..."

6. Principles of Physiological Psychology by Wilhelm Max Wundt (1904)
"The neurite is enclosed, first of all, in the myelinic sheath, a substance which after death breaks up by a process of decomposition into bulbous masses ..."

7. American Journal of Dental Science by American Society of Dental Surgeons (1883)
"preparation of living frog's lung,acccording to Holmgren's method, demonstrates that a myelinic nerve tube : 1? Possesses a double contour. ..."

8. A Manual of General Pathology: For the Use of Students and Practitioners of by Ernst Wagner (1876)
"... the action of alkalies furnish of themselves myelinic forms, but that these are beautifully obtained by the addition of an alkali ..."

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