association fibers

(redirected from intrinsic fibers)

as·so·ci·a·tion fi·bers

nerve fibers interconnecting subdivisions of the cerebral cortex of the same hemisphere or different segments of the spinal cord on the same side.

as·so·ci·a·tion fi·bers

(ă-sō'sē-ā'shŭn fī'bĕrz)
Nerve fibers interconnecting subdivisions of the cerebral cortex of the same hemisphere or different segments of the spinal cord on the same side.

as·so·ci·a·tion fi·bers

(ă-sō'sē-ā'shŭn fī'bĕrz)
Nerve fibers interconnecting subdivisions of the cerebral cortex of the same hemisphere or different segments of the spinal cord on the same side.
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The intrinsic fibers are delicately merged with extrinsic muscles, modifying shape and position as well as functioning synergistically to constitute an almost unlimited number of physiological deformation [5].
"Insoluble, intrinsic fibers that are not fermentable, such as those found in the pericarps of many grains, generally contribute to bulking of the stools and promote laxation and regularity.
In addition, some NGFR-positive small fibers were found to be GLUT-1 negative and were interpreted as representing intrinsic fibers.