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Ventral root. The formation of the spinal nerve from the dorsal and ventral roots ... Dorsal ( Root, Ganglion, Ramus) · Ventral ( Root, Ramus) · Sympathetic trunk ...
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Aspects of the topic ventral-root are discussed in the following places at Britannica. Assorted References ganglia ( in ganglion (physiology) ) ...impulses toward the central nervous system); efferent neurons (carrying motor impulses away from the central nervous system) are present in the ventral root ganglia. spinal cord structure ( in human nervous system...
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This efferent transmission is predominantly conducted through the ventral root. The dorsal root merges with the posterior horn and the ventral root merges with ...
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ventral root - Biological definition of ventral root from A Dictionary of Biology at Encyclopedia.com ... ventral root The part of a spinal nerve that leaves ...
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... ventral root carries motor axons arising from the gray matter of the ventral spinal cord. ... Ventral root. Ventral root filaments. For enquiries and ...
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B. Efferent (motor) division, The ventral root consists of motor fibers which ... The ventral or motor root consists of the motor or efferent nerve fibers whose ...
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Dorsal root. The formation of the spinal nerve from the dorsal and ventral roots. Latin ... Dorsal (Root, Ganglion, Ramus) · Ventral (Root, Ramus) · Sympathetic trunk ...
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With the other three proteins, most of the detectable change occurred in the ventral root only. ... total RNA synthesis altered after ventral root transection? ...
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Ventral - Definition of Ventral at Dictionary.com a free online ... Ventral fin. Ventral epigastric ... Ventral body caviti... Ventral view. Ventral root ...
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Nerve root blocks were developed as a means by which to define the source, if not the cause, ... Ventral to the nerve root sleeve run the sinuvertebral nerves. ...
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The root cells are situated in the ventral and lateral gray horns and vary ... The root cells contribute their axons to the ventral roots of the spinal nerves ...
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Ventral root-cut preparations ... dorsal and ventral root nerve fibers without ... After the ventral root fibers were cut microsurgically, an 8 µA/5 ms square ...
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