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heteromeric

 [het″er-o-mer´ik]
sending processes through one of the commissures to the white matter of the opposite side of the spinal cord.

het·er·o·mer·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-mer'ik),
1. Having a different chemical composition.
2. Denoting spinal neurons that have processes passing over to the opposite side of the cord. Synonym(s): heteromeral, heteromerous
[hetero- + G. meros, part]

heteromeric

/het·ero·mer·ic/ (het″er-o-mer´ik) sending processes through one of the commissures to the white matter of the opposite side of the spinal cord; said of neurons.

het·er·o·mer·ic

(het'ĕr-ō-mer'ik)
1. Having a different chemical composition.
2. Denoting spinal neurons that have processes passing over to the opposite side of the cord.
[hetero- + G. meros, part]

heteromeric

sending processes through one of the commissures to the white matter of the opposite side of the spinal cord.
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