Definition of Somata

1. Noun. (plural of soma) ¹



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Definition of Somata

1. soma [n] - See also: soma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Somata

somaesthesia
somaesthesis
somaesthetic
somaesthetically
somaesthetics
somaj
somal
somalo
soman
somans
somas
somasthenia
somat-
somata (current term)
somatagnosia
somatalgia
somatasthenia
somatatesthesis
somatesthesia
somatesthetic
somatic
somatic agglutinin
somatic antigen
somatic arteries
somatic cell
somatic cell gene therapy
somatic cell hybridization

Literary usage of Somata

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1. Molecular Neurobiology: Proceedings of the 2nd NIMH Conference by Steven Zalcman (1995)
"Ca channels recognized by CNB1 are localized along dendritic processes and on occasional somata. For example, CNB1 immunoreactivity is localized along the ..."

2. The Biology of Death: Being a Series of Lectures Delivered at the Lowell by Raymond Pearl (1922)
"In each generation the soma dies, while new somata are reproduced by the union of germ cells from diverse lines. E. Life itself is a continuum- A break or ..."

3. History of the Human Body by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1909)
"Even its death is an adaptation, for by this means new and perfect somata are constantly taking the place of those whose usefulness as guardians of the ..."

4. History of the Human Body by Harris Hawthorne Wilder (1909)
"Even its death is an adaptation, for by this means new and perfect somata are constantly taking the place of those whose usefulness as guardians of the ..."

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