somatochrome


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somatochrome

 [so-mat´o-krōm]
any neuron which has a well marked cell body completely surrounding the nucleus, its colorable protoplasm having a distinct contour; used also adjectivally.
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so·mat·o·chrome

(sō-mat'ō-krōm),
Denoting the group of neurons or nerve cells with an abundance of cytoplasm completely surrounding the nucleus.
[somato- + G. chrōma, color]
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so·mat·o·chrome

(sō-mat'ō-krōm)
Denoting the group of neurons or nerve cells in which there is an abundance of cytoplasm completely surrounding the nucleus.
[somato- + G. chrōma, color]
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