an·ax·on, anaxone (an-aks'on, -aks'ōn),
Having no axon; denoting certain nerve cells first described by S. Ramón y Cajal as amacrine cells in the retina, and later discovered in several brain regions.
[G. an- priv. + axōn, axis]
anaxon, anaxone (ă-nak′son″) (sōn″) [ ¹an- + axon]
A nerve cell, as of the retina, having no axon.