afferent center


afferent center
чувствительный центр

Англо-русский словарь по психоаналитике. 2013.

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  • Afferent — is an anatomical term with the following meanings: *Conveying towards a center, for example the afferent arterioles conveying blood towards the Bowman s capsule in the Kidney. Opposite to Efferent. *Something that so conducts, see Afferent nerve… …   Wikipedia

  • Afferent — Carrying toward. A vein is an afferent vessel since it carries blood toward from the heart. An afferent nerve carries impulses toward the central nervous system. The opposite of afferent is efferent. * * * Inflowing; conducting toward a center,… …   Medical dictionary

  • afferent neuron — any neuron conducting a nerve impulse that originated at a receptor and is proceeding towards the center. See also sensory n., and see afferent fibers, under fiber …   Medical dictionary

  • center — 1. The middle point of a body; loosely, the interior of a body. A c. of any kind, especially an anatomical c.. 2. A group of nerve cells governing a specific function. SYN: centrum [TA]. [L. centrum; G. kentron] active c …   Medical dictionary

  • afferent nerve — A nerve that conducts impulses from the periphery toward a nerve center; the axon of a sensory neuron between a receptor and the central nervous system …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • Vasomotor center — Vasomotor Vas o*mo tor, a. [L. vas a vessel + motor that which moves fr. movere to move.] (Physiol.) Causing movement in the walls of vessels; as, the vasomotor mechanisms; the vasomotor nerves, a system of nerves distributed over the muscular… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • 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… …   Wikipedia

  • 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… …   Medical dictionary

  • Striatum — Brain: Striatum purple=caudate and putamen, orange=thalamus …   Wikipedia

  • Vertebral subluxation — is a chiropractic term that is used to describe a myriad of signs and symptoms (syndrome) thought to occur as a result of a misaligned or dysfunctional spinal segment. The chiropractic subluxation complex is a functional biomechanical spinal… …   Wikipedia


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