Development of Gustatory Organs and Innervating Sensory Ganglia
Toward a Well-Innervated Philosophy of Mind
Efferent Fibers Innervate Gustatory and Mechanosensitive Afferent Fibers in Frog Fungiform Papillae
Bimodal (Taste/Tactile) Fibers Innervate the Maxillary Barbel in the Channel Catfish
Layer 6 Cortico-thalamic Pyramidal Cells Preferentially Innervate Interneurons and Generate Facilitating EPSPs
Organization of the Motor Nuclei Innervating Epaxial Muscles in the Neck and Back
Stimulation of Bitterness by Capsaicin and Menthol: Differences Between
Lingual Areas Innervated by the Glossopharyngeal and Chorda Tympani
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1 To supply an organ, structure, or body part with nerves or with nerve impulses.
2 To excite or stimulate a nerve. When used by the Austrian neurologist Sigmund Freud (1856–1939), the word always had this meaning. innervation n. [From Latin in in or into+nervus a nerve]
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