Gangliated

gangliate

[gang-glee-eyt, -it]
adjective
having ganglia.
Also, gangliated.


Origin:
gangli(on) + -ate1

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ganglion (ˈɡæŋɡlɪən)
 
n , pl -glia, -glions
1.  an encapsulated collection of nerve-cell bodies, usually located outside the brain and spinal cord
2.  any concentration of energy, activity, or strength
3.  a cystic tumour on a tendon sheath or joint capsule
 
[C17: from Late Latin: swelling, from Greek: cystic tumour]
 
'ganglial
 
adj
 
'gangliar
 
adj
 
gangli'onic
 
adj
 
'gangliated
 
adj

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gangliate gan·gli·ate (gāng'glē-ĭt, -āt') or gan·gli·at·ed (gāng'glē-ā'tĭd)
adj.
Having ganglia.

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