The boy who had had to stay in a therapy chair all his life because his efferent nerves could not control his body.
The distal portions of the postcardinal veins form the efferent renal branches and the ascending trunks of the postcava.
The terminal cells or capsules with their efferent ducts were well seen in several specimens.
The blood is collected from the walls of the gill-sacs by a series of efferent vessels which open into the dorsal aorta.
They all have to use the efferent, especially the motor, nerves of the body.
The gonads, as in other Arthropoda, are hollow saccular organs, the cavity communicating with the efferent ducts.
There's apparently a small blood clot in the brain, Mr. President, interfering with the functioning of the efferent nerves.
Various accessory structures may be connected with the efferent ducts in both sexes.
But the efferent ductules from the kidney gradually alter their points of entrance into the primitive duct.
Then adjusted itself to the exact micro-frequency that carried the messages in his efferent nervous system.
efferent ef·fer·ent (ěf'ər-ənt)
Directed away from a central organ or section. n.
An efferent organ or body part, such as a blood vessel.
Carrying motor impulses away from a central organ or part, as a nerve that conducts impulses from the central nervous system to the periphery of the body. Compare afferent.