stichochrome

stichochrome

 [stik´o-krōm]
any neuron having the stainable substance arranged in more or less regular layers.
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stich·o·chrome

(stik'ō-krōm),
Denoting a nerve cell in which the chromophil substance, or stainable material, is arranged in roughly parallel rows or lines.
[G. stichos, a row, + chrōma, color]
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