In small doses it appears to promote digestion, and may perhaps act upon the ganglionic nerves supplied to the stomach.
There was, however, in Tilton a want of ganglionic power; he was all brain.
Whenever it is so the activity of the ganglionic system must be in excess, or that of the cerebro-spinal system must be deficient.
This last species has more separate pleural ganglia, if the ganglionic cords can be so regarded.
The upper portion of the ring has ganglionic swellings, but in other respects the nerves are as in Helix.
On the root of this nerve there is a large development of ganglionic cells.
ganglionic swellings are developed on the common stem and main branches of the nerve.
Mr. Lewes sends his kind regards, and pities all of us who are less interested in ganglionic cells.
The grief that can express itself is well diluted; in fact, grief often is a beneficent stimulus of the ganglionic cells.
On account of this ganglionic structure there are many radiating canons from the long ridges and plateaus to the lower levels.
ganglionic gan·gli·on·ic (gāng'glē-ŏn'ĭk)
Relating to a ganglion; ganglial.