interneural

interneural

(ˌɪntəˈnjʊərəl)
adj
(Anatomy) anatomy situated between the neural spines or neural arches
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In the interpretation of VEMP results, we used the following parameters: p and n wave latency, peak-to-peak amplitude size and interneural AR expressed in percentages.
The complexity of interneural circuitries and activation and responses of the retinal cells have been investigated [5, 6] in a search for the specific encoding role of each individual cell in the retinal processing leading to new insights.
Long-range cortical connections are included in pNeo for interneural distances of more than 1 mm (networks larger than about 100 K neurons).
It further differs from Microphilypnus, the only other genus of Eleotridae known from the interior of the Amazon basin, in having a relatively stout head and body; blunt snout; scales absent on head and anterior third of body; a highly distinctive insertion pattern of first dorsal fin pterygiophores to interneural spines; pelvic fins filamentous, last two (innermost rays) of each fin nearly twice as long as others, and extending well beyond anal fin origin when adpressed to body; and vertebrae 10+16=26 or 11+15=26 (vs.
Elevated levels of this molecule can lead to more interneural connections, therefore, a bit more brain.
Thus, the neural network is very similar to the brain, since the knowledge is gathered by the network through the learning process and the interneural connections known as synaptic weights are used for storing of that knowledge.
The trouble with Rubenfeld's assertion is that he engages no serious scholarly argument in favor of the proposition he claims to be not merely false or inadequate but "virtually unintelligible." Although he cites serious scholarly work in his analyses of claims that "life begins" at various biological marker events in prenatal development such as the point in brain development at which interneural connections within the cerebral cortex make possible higher mental functioning,(830 he fails to engage a single serious scholarly defense of the proposition whose legal status the title of his article promises to explore.
In general, the dynamics of the network were very complex, but depending on the strength of the interneural connections, the network had two main modes of behavior: periodic and fully synchronized.
The anterior dorsal-fin pterygiophore formula indicates the interdigitation pattern of supraneurals and pterygiophores within interneural spaces; neural spines are indicated by slashes, supraneural (predorsal) bones by an "S," pterygiophores by "2" (pterygiophores with two supernumerary rays and a serially associated ray) or "1" (no supernumerary ray and one serially associated ray).
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