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  • noun Plural form of neuromast.

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Examples

  • These clusters, known as neuromasts, pick up on changes in water pressure and transmit that information to the brain.

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  • The line is peppered with hair cells called neuromasts that fire in response to pressure waves.

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  • These clusters, known as neuromasts, pick up on changes in water pressure and transmit that information to the brain.

    Gizmag Emerging Technology Magazine

  • The line is peppered with hair cells called neuromasts that fire in response to pressure waves.

    New Scientist - Online News

  • The lateral line consists of many sense organs called neuromasts, each with a number of microscopic hairs with a mucus cap, or cupula.

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  • The lateral line consists of many sense organs called neuromasts, each with a number of microscopic hairs with a mucus cap, or cupula.

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  • The lateral line consists of many sense organs called neuromasts, each with a number of microscopic hairs with a mucus cap, or cupula.

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  • The lateral line consists of many sense organs called neuromasts, each with a number of microscopic hairs with a mucus cap, or cupula.

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  • The name of the new genus is comes from the Amazon drainage and the Greek spinther (= sparks) in reference to both the closely related genus Spintherobolus and to the appearance of the yellow neuromasts of the head.

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  • ER expression has been shown during early life stages in specific cell types of pectoral fin buds, in cells of the hatching gland, in brain cells and in neuromasts esr1 and esr2b following ligand exposure for two days (

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