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  • noun A fibrous network of nervous tissue that forms the gray matter of the brain

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  • noun the complex network of unmyelinated axones, dendrites, and glial branches that form the bulk of the central nervous system's grey matter and in which nerve cell bodies are embedded

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Examples

  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: "had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains") as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: “had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains”) as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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  • Ed, back up for a minute - are you saying that as a result of the literacy training, the grey matter in the adult sample increased (you wrote: "had more grey matter in five regions towards the back of their brains") as in somehow added more neuronal cell bodies, neuropil, etc.,

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