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  • 1 Burdach fasciculus (column fibers tract) etc. — Bur·dach fasciculus (column, fibers, tract), etc. (b rґdahk) [Karl Friedrich Burdach, German physiologist, 1776–1847] see under fissure, and see fasciculus cuneatus medullae spinalis, and nucleus cuneatus …

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  • 2 column of Burdach — column of Bur·dach bər dək, bu̇r , .däk n FASCICULUS CUNEATUS Bur·dach bu̇r däk Karl Friedrich (1776 1847) German anatomist. Burdach was a specialist in the anatomy and physiology of the nervous system, particularly the brain and spinal cord. He… …

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  • 3 column — 1. An anatomic part or structure in the form of a pillar or cylindric funiculus. SEE ALSO: fascicle. 2. A vertical object (usually cylindrical), mass, or formation. SYN: columna [TA]. [L. columna] …

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  • 4 Burdach — Karl F., German anatomist and physiologist, 1776–1847. See B. column, B. fasciculus, B. nucleus, B. tract …

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  • 5 Burdach column — fasciculus cuneatus medullae spinalis …

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  • 6 tract of Burdach — n FASCICULUS CUNEATUS K. F. Burdach see COLUMN OF BURDACH …

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  • 7 Karl Friedrich Burdach — (1776 1847) was a German physiologist, born in Leipzig.He was graduated in medicine there in 1800; became professor of physiology in the University of Dorpat in 1811, and four years later took a similar position at the University of… …

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  • 8 nucleus of Burdach column — n. cuneatus …

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  • 9 Nucleus — 1) In cell biology, the structure that houses the chromosomes. 2) In neuroanatomy, a group of nerve cells. * * * 1. In cytology, typically a rounded or oval mass of protoplasm within the cytoplasm of a plant or animal cell; it is surrounded by a… …

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  • 10 fasciculus — 1. SYN: fascicle. 2. SYN: cord. 3. SYN: bundle. [L. dim. of fascis, bundle] f. anterior musculi palatopharyngei [TA] SYN: anterior fascicle of palatopharyngeus (muscle). anterior f. proprius [TA] SYN: fasciculi proprii …

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  • 11 Isothalamus — The isothalamus is a division used by some researchers in describing the thalamus. [Percheron, G. (2003) Thalamus . In Paxinos, G. and May, J.(eds). The human nervous system . 2d Ed. Elsevier. Amsterdam. pp.592 675] .The isothalamus constitutes… …

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  • 12 Fasciculus cuneatus — Infobox Anatomy Name = Fasciculus cuneatus Latin = fasciculus cuneatus medullae spinalis GraySubject = 185 GrayPage = 763 Caption = Fasciculus cuneatus is 3b, in blue at upper right. Caption2 = Diagram of the principal fasciculi of the spinal… …

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  • 13 Cuneate fasciculus — Fasciculus cuneatus Cuneate fasciculus is labeled in blue at upper right …

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  • 14 tract — An elongated area, e.g., path, track, way. SEE ALSO: fascicle. SYN: tractus. [L. tractus, a drawing out] alimentary t. SYN: digestive t.. anterior corticospinal t. uncrossed fibers forming a small bundle in the anterior funiculus of the …

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  • 15 Rootkit — A rootkit is software that enables continued privileged access to a computer while actively hiding its presence from administrators by subverting standard operating system functionality or other applications. The term rootkit is a concatenation… …

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  • 16 History of biology — For the video game, see History of Biology (video game). The frontispiece to Erasmus Darwin s evolution themed poem The Temple of Nature shows a goddess pulling back the veil from nature (in the person of Artemis). Allegory and metaphor have… …

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  • 17 Hippocampus-Debatte — Vergleich der Hemisphären des Endhirns von Mensch und Schimpanse: a) Hinterer Lappen b) Seitenventrikel c) Hinteres Horn x) Hippocampus minor. Die Hippocampus Debatte war eine Kontroverse zwischen den britischen Biologen Richard Owen und Thomas… …

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  • 18 fasciculus cuneatus — fasciculus cu·ne·atus .kyü nē āt əs n either of a pair of nerve tracts of the posterior funiculus of the spinal cord that are situated on opposite sides of the posterior median septum lateral to the fasciculus gracilis and that carry nerve fibers …

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