This nerve is connected by a commissure with those behind, but this fact may for the moment be left out of consideration.
A head measured from the top of the forelock to the commissure of the lips (C).
The right half of the commissure with its ganglion is supra-intestinal, the left half with its ganglion infra-intestinal.
commissure uniting the roots of the vagus, and continuous with commissure uniting the posterior roots of the spinal nerves.
commissure, the line of junction of two carpels, as in the fruit of Umbellifer.
Mass of cells developed on second commissure (probably sensory).
Owing to the presence of the commissure connecting the posterior roots, some part of a nerve is present in every section.
Fruit usually globose, with all the ribs conspicuously winged; oil-tubes one to several in the intervals, 2–8 on the commissure.
I have not been able to prove that the commissure is continued forwards into the auditory nerve.
At the post-mortem examination, cysticerci were found to occupy the sella turcica, near the commissure of the optic nerves.
commissure com·mis·sure (kŏm'ə-shur')
A line or place at which two things are joined.
A tract of nerve fibers passing from one side to the other of the spinal cord or brain.
The point, angle, or surface where two parts, such as the eyelids, lips, or cardiac valves, join or connect.