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Nerve fiber   (translated from German)
Nerve fiber As Nerve fiber designates one the extension of one Nervenzelle ... that New rites with its Myelinscheide . These nerve fibers are in peripherem nervous system ...
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Efferent nerve fiber   (translated from German)
Efferent nerve fiber As efferently ( Latein : [ of the center - here ...
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Markhaltige nerve fiber   (translated from German)
Markhaltige nerve fiber Markhaltige nerve fibers Auslaeufer of nerve cells are - also as Axone to be ... cells or Glial cells formed. The markhaltigen nerve fibers possess a diameter from 2 ...
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Mark lots nerve fiber   (translated from German)
Mark lots nerve fiber Mark lots nerve fibers are Axone (nerve cell extensions), with those itself only one ... isolated against the extracellular liquid than Markhaltige nerve fibers and not to saltatorischen excitation ...
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Nerve   (translated from Chinese)
Nerve NerveIs a bunchNerve fiber(Axon) Its function is ... in vivo pass-along message pam. The nerve isPeripheral nervous systemConstituent. Structure Composition nerve each axon all by knot contracts the ... surrounding. The multi- roots axon forms a nerve, each nerve periphery also has the knot to ...
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Nerve   (translated from Spanish)
Nerve nerve it is a set of nervous fibers ... transmitted to another neuron. Structure of a nerve In the nerves different components can be ... is the most external layer of a nerve and is constituted by cells of conectivo ... one of the smallest fascículos of a nerve. Endoneuro: They are fine fascículos of ...
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Optic nerve   (translated from Japanese)
Optic nerve Optic nerve(It does and the grommet け isOptic nerve) 12 pair it is cranial nerve , also the IITH cranial nerve is called, eyesight is administered. olfactory nerve we have not diverged from the ...
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Optic nerve
Optic nerve Nerve: Optic nerve The left optic nerve and the optic tracts. [[Image:{{{Image2}}}|250px ... The ophthalmic artery and its branches. (optic nerve is yellow) Optic nerve leaving the ...
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Mossy fiber
Mossy fiber In neuroscience, the term fiber describes a bundle of axons projecting from ... in a specific area to another. Mossy fiber actually refers to 2 such axonal pathways ... unmyelinated axons that project along the mossy fiber pathway to the CA3 region. The axons ... in the CA3 region. A single mossy fiber projection may make as many as ...
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Optic nerve (Psychology wiki)
Optic nerve Home Support Help Site Support Orientation Background ... Gray's Fig. 773 - The left optic nerve and the optic tracts . Gray's Fig ... the optic nerves and optic tracts. Optic nerve leaving the back of a calf eye (from dissection). The optic nerve is the nerve that transmits visual information from the ...
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