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neu·ral

 (no͝or′əl, nyo͝or′-)
adj.
1. Of or relating to a nerve or the nervous system.
2. Of, relating to, or located on the same side of the body as the spinal cord; dorsal.

neu′ral·ly adv.

neural

(ˈnjʊərəl)
adj
1. (Medicine) of or relating to a nerve or the nervous system
2. (Computer Science) relating to a network of electronic components designed to mimic the operation of the human brain
ˈneurally adv

neu•ral

(ˈnʊər əl, ˈnyʊər-)

adj.
of or pertaining to a nerve or the nervous system.
[1830–40; < Greek neûr(on) nerve]
neu′ral•ly, adv.

neu·ral

(no͝or′əl)
Relating to the nerves or nervous system.

neural

, neural network - Neural comes from Greek neuron, "nerve"; neural network can now refer to computer architecture in which processors are connected in a manner suggestive of connections between neurons.
See also related terms for network.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.neural - of or relating to the nervous system; "nervous disease"; "neural disorder"
2.neural - of or relating to neurons; "neural network"
Translations

neural

[ˈnjʊərəl] ADJneural
neural network (Comput) → red f neural

neural

adjNerven-; neural cellNervenzelle f

neural

[ˈnjʊərəl] adj (Anat) → neurale

neu·ral

a. neural, rel. al sistema nervioso;
___ archarco ___;
___ crestcresta ___;
___ cystquiste ___;
___ foldspliegues neurales;
___ plateplaca ___.

neural

adj neural
References in classic literature ?
Wohlgemuth, "On the feelings and their neural correlate, with an examination of the nature of pain," "British Journal of Psychology," viii, 4.
Now he saw far above him the backbone of the apparatus and its big ribs, "like the neural and haemal canals," said Kurt, who had dabbled in biology.
Already, the first large-scale neural chips, such as IBM TrueNorth, are being produced with commercial intent, and early indications are that the technology can be entirely compatible with modern fabrication capabilities.
While neural networks are being used for the rapid development of artificial intelligence, it turns out it can also be used to do something fun.
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are the self-renewing, multipotent cells that differentiate into the main phenotypes of the nervous system.
Neural stem cells (NSCs) are the self-renewing, multipotentcells that differentiate into the main phenotypes of the nervous system.
Kaur and Vemuri, biologists from the US, bring together 25 chapters that review the basic methods for neural stem cell cultures.
The process requires growing the skin cells in a bath of proteins and chemical additives while turning on a gene to produce neural crest cells, which give rise to several adult cell types.
The neural crest is a migratory multipotent cell population first identified in the developing chick embryo by Wilhelm His in 1868 (His, 1868; Horstadius, 1950).
Neural network control of nonliner discrete-time systems.
Van Der Kooy (Toronto, Canada) and Tropepe (Boston, MA) have patented a cell type in the neural lineage, and method of producing the same based on the degree of neural commitment and growth factor responsiveness in vitro and the potential to give rise to neural and non-neural progeny in vivo.
Whole genomewide linkage screen for neural tube defects reveals regions of interest on chromosomes 7 and 10.