Axon

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Imago neuri. Axon est pars flammea picta


Axon[1][2][3][4] (-onis, m. [5][2]; -onos, m. [1]) sive axonum[4] (n. [4]) (Graece ὁ ἄξων, áxon quod Latine axis sonat) est pars longa, neuri, quae stimulus nervosus aufert a corpore cellulae (Soma), ubi axon a colliculo axonis se avertet.


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