neuroid


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neuroid

 [noor´oid]
resembling a nerve.

neu·roid

(nū'royd),
Resembling a nerve; nervelike.
[neuro- + G. eidos, resemblance]

neu·roid

(nūr'oyd)
Resembling a nerve; nervelike.
[neuro- + G. eidos, resemblance]
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(24) Given the histologic and immunologic similarities to neuroid tissue, type C melanocytes were initially thought to result from metaplasia or maturation of melanocytes into Schwannian cells with acquisition of a peripheral nerve phenotype.
Tannen (ed.), Spoken and Written language: Exploring Orality and Literacy (Neuroid, Nj: Able, 1982).
Effects of a water-soluble petroleum fraction on the neuroid electrical activity of the hydroid coelenterate Tubularia crocea.