Toward a Well-Innervated Philosophy of Mind
Development of Gustatory Organs and Innervating Sensory Ganglia
Organization of the Motor Nuclei Innervating Epaxial Muscles in the Neck and Back
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
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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