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in·ter·node

 (ĭn′tər-nōd′)
n.
A section or part between two nodes, as of a nerve or stem.

in′ter·nod′al (-nōd′l) adj.
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10, 11) Given the crucial role of myelin in saltatory conduction of action potential, it is plausible that this mechanism is responsible for the slowing of nerve conduction velocity seen in entrapment neuropathy due to thinner myelin and decreased internodal length.
Internodal length was significantly affected by different water levels and irrigation methods during both the years.
CHUG-CHUG IN THE CONTEXT OF PRE-HISPANIC INTERNODAL MOBILITY, IN THE ATACAMA DESERT, CHILE
Leaf and internodal explants originated from aerial parts of plants cultivated in vitro in MS medium (Murashige & Skoog, 1962) were used to induce calli.
Efficient shoot formation on internodal segments and alkaloid formation in the regenerates of Cephalis ipecacuanha.
Longer internodal length under shade is also an attribute of morphological adaptation to a low light environment and might provide better spatial arrangement of leaves so that the plant can intercept and utilize available light more efficiently (LIN et al.
The conduction velocity of the nerve depends on the fiber diameter, degree of myelination, and the internodal distance.
With an increase on the water depth, a reduction in the number of buds per branch (Figure 1B) was noted, which showed higher internodal growth and more vigor in the branches of vines submitted to the most abundant irrigations.
Leyenda: Figura 4: Conexion internodal entre los municipios que interactuan en torno al camino andino.
Internodal elongation: A potential screening technique for heat tolerance in potato.
Furthermore as noted earlier, cooperation between different parts of a network and different internodal relationships are major influences in functional networks and effective management of production.
Hairs usually break at internodal area where cortex is defective and medulla is absent.