- of, relating to, or consisting of ganglia.
Origin of ganglionic
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There was, however, in Tilton a want of ganglionic power; he was all brain.Mystic London:
Charles Maurice Davies
In each ganglion the cells of this ganglionic investment penetrate as a median septum into the cord.
The cellular parts of the band surrounding them become converted into a ganglionic covering of the cord.
The development of the commissural and ganglionic portions takes place much as in the Chtopoda.
This last species has more separate pleural ganglia, if the ganglionic cords can be so regarded.Journal of Entomology and Zoology
- Relating to a ganglion; ganglial.
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