interneuronal

interneuron

[in-ter-noor-on, -nyoor-]
noun Cell Biology.
any neuron having its cell body, axon, and dendrites entirely within the central nervous system, especially one that conveys impulses between a motor neuron and a sensory neuron.

Origin:
1935–40; inter- + neuron

interneuronal [in-ter-noor-uh-nl, -nyoor-, -noo-rohn-l, -nyoo-] , adjective
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interneuron (ˌɪntəˈnjʊərɒn)
 
n
physiol Also called: internuncial neuron any neuron that connects afferent and efferent neurons in a reflex arc

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interneuron in·ter·neu·ron (ĭn'tər-nur'ŏn', -nyur'-)
n.
A nerve cell found entirely within the central nervous system that acts as a link between sensory neurons and motor neurons.


in'ter·neu'ro·nal (-nur'ə-nəl, -nyur'-, -nu-rō'-, -nyu-) adj.
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