interganglionic


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in·ter·gan·gli·on·ic

(in'tĕr-gan'glē-on'ik),
Between, among, or connecting ganglia.

interganglionic

(ĭn″tĕr-găng″lē-ŏn′ĭk) [″ + ganglion, a swelling]
Between ganglia.
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The cerebro-pedal, cerebro-pleural, and cerebro-buccal connectives, as well as the cerebral commissure were supplied by numerous GLU-LIR processes, indicating a well-developed interganglionic GLUergic connectivity.
The relatively small number of GLU-LIR neurons, combined with rich arborization and projection patterns at both central (ganglion neuropil, connectives and commissures) and peripheral (nerves and tissue) levels, indicate a broad involvement of this amino acid in different regulatory processes, including intra- and interganglionic integration, as well as afferent and efferent roles.
For example, command-like interganglionic projection neurons in the cerebral ganglion activate CPG circuits in the buccal ganglion via excitatory postsynaptic potentials (EPSPs) that exhibit various forms of short-term enhancement (Sanchez and Kirk, 2000, 2002; Hurwitz et al.
They have proprioceptors similar to those of lobsters, but they differ in terms of their balancing systems and their condensed nervous system, which allows rapid interganglionic conduction.