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neuroanatomists

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  • n. Plural form of neuroanatomist.

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Examples

  • The authors of the paper are, after all, neuroanatomists.

    Dr. Douglas Fields: Michelangelo's Secret Message in the Sistine Chapel

  • Mr. PATERNITI: He believed that his role was to preserve this brain and to put it in the hands of some leading neuroanatomists, who might be able to figure out the key to Einstein's genius.

    Einstein's Brain Unlocks Some Mysteries Of The Mind

  • What the neuroanatomists have found is more neurons enter V1 and V2 from the deeper parts of the brain than from the optic nerve.

    Vicious Grace

  • In 1939, neuroanatomists Heinrich Klüver and Paul Bucy removed the greater portions of both temporal lobes and the rhinencephalon from the brains of rhesus monkeys.

    Slate Magazine

  • "He believed that his role was to preserve this brain and to put it in the hands of some leading neuroanatomists who might be able to figure out the key to Einstein's genius,"

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • The complex of proteins involved in this information processing is known to neuroanatomists as the post-synaptic density, because the proteins stick together as a visible blob, but the name does scant justice to its critical function.

    NYT > Home Page

  • (The Golgi technique involves soaking nerve tissue in silver chromate to make cells 'inner structures visible under the light microscope; it allowed neuroanatomists in 1891 to determine that the nervous system is interconnected by discrete cells called neurons.)

    Biosingularity

  • Since his death in 1955 it has been analyzed by a number of neuroanatomists.

    Biology in Science Fiction

  • In mammals, neuroanatomists conventionally identify seven layers

    Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]

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