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Gol·gi-Maz·zo·ni cor·pus·cle(gol'jē mahts-zō'nē),
an encapsulated sensory nerve ending similar to a pacinian corpuscle but simpler in structure.
Gol·gi-Maz·zo·ni cor·pus·cle(gol'jē mahts-tsō'nē kŏr'pŭs-ĕl)
An encapsulated sensory nerve ending similar to a pacinian corpuscle but simpler in structure.
Golgi,Camillo, Italian histologist and Nobel laureate, 1844-1926.
Golgi apparatus - a membranous system of cisternae and vesicles concerned with intracellular transport of membrane-bounded secretory proteins. Synonym(s): dictyosome; Golgi body; Golgi complex; Golgi internal reticulum; Holmgrén-Golgi canals
Golgi body - Synonym(s): Golgi apparatus
Golgi complex - Synonym(s): Golgi apparatus
Golgi internal reticulum - Synonym(s): Golgi apparatus
Golgi osmiobichromate fixative - an osmic-bichromate mixture used to demonstrate nerve cells and their processes.
Golgi stain - any of several methods for staining nerve cells, nerve fibers, and neuroglia.
Golgi tendon organ - a proprioceptive sensory nerve ending embedded among the fibers of a tendon. Synonym(s): neurotendinous organ; neurotendinous spindle
Golgi zone - part of the cytoplasm occupied by the Golgi apparatus.
Golgi-Mazzoni corpuscle - an encapsulated sensory nerve ending.
Holmgrén-Golgi canals - Synonym(s): Golgi apparatus
Mazzoni,Vittorio, Italian physician, 1880-1940.
Golgi-Mazzoni corpuscle - see under Golgi
Mazzoni corpuscle - a tactile corpuscle apparently identical with Krause end bulb.
any small mass or body.
formed elements in the blood, i.e. erythrocytes and leukocytes.
temperature-sensitive nerve endorgan.
large rounded bodies in colostrum, containing droplets of fat and sometimes a nucleus.
compound granular corpuscle
see gitter cells.
pressure receptor nerve-endings in the penis and clitoris.
probably a pressure receptor; occur in hairless skin and associated mucosae, glans penis, foot pad of carnivores, hoof connective tissue.
corpuscle of Grandry
in the dermis of a duck's bill. See also corpuscle of Herbst (below).
corpuscle of Herbst
located in the dermis of the duck's bill these corpuscles are extremely sensitive to vibration.
pressure-sensitive nerve-endings. Called also Ruffini corpuscle.
see renal corpuscle (below).
touch-sensitive nerve receptors.
touch-sensitive nerve endorgan.
see pacinian corpuscle.
large, branched nerve cells composing the middle layer of the cortex of the cerebellum.
red blood corpuscle
a tuft of capillaries enveloped by the dilated end of a renal tubule. Constitutes the beginning of the structural unit of the kidney (nephron). Called also malpighian corpuscle.
see lamellar corpuscle (above).
medium-sized encapsulated nerve endings in the skin; called also tactile papillae.
white blood corpuscle