Definition of Neuroblast
1. Noun. A cell from which a nerve cell develops.
Definition of Neuroblast
1. Noun. The embryonic cell that develops into a nerve cell ¹
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Literary usage of Neuroblast
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1. An Essay on the Physiology of Mind: An Interpretation Based on Biological by Francis Xavier Dercum (1922)
"The neurone has its origin in a simple undifferentiated cell, the neuroblast; in the course of its development it sends out processes, some of them of ..."
2. The Development of the Chick: An Introduction to Embryology by Frank Rattray Lillie (1908)
"Each medullary neuroblast is primarily unipolar and the Fio. 140. — Transverse section through the spinal cord of a chick on the fourth day of incubation ..."
3. An American Text-book of Physiology by William Henry Howell (1900)
"Two characters of the neuroblast are worthy of careful consideration. ... Second, very early in the history of the neuroblast the point on the cell-body ..."
4. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1906)
"The Development of the Vertebrate Nerve Cell: A Cytologic.il Study of the neuroblast Nucleus. JOHN CAMERON. 3. Miner's Nystagmus. A. CHRISTIE REID. 1. ..."
5. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by American Neurological Association, Philadelphia Neurological Society, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association, Boston Society of Psychiatry and Neurology (1906)
"The Development of the Vertebrate Nerve Cell: A Cytological Study of the neuroblast Nucleus. JOHN CAMERON. 3. Miner's Nystagmus. A. CHRISTIE REID. 1. ..."
6. The Origin and Development of the Nervous System: From a Physiological Viewpoint by Charles Manning Child (1921)
"The neuroblast itself he regards as surrounded by a fluid medium, the lymph, ... According to the hypothesis, the neuroblast reacts to this electric current ..."
7. Transactions of the Canadian Institute by Canadian Institute (1849-1914). (1899)
"neuroblast from t,inm. pig. Bichloride-bichromate, long stain in eosin, short stain in ... 21.—neuroblast from 32mm. pig. Alcohol, eosin and toluidin blue. ..."