Origin of neuron
Related formsneu·ron·al [noo r-uh-nl, nyoo r-, noo-rohn-l, nyoo-] /ˈnʊər ə nl, ˈnyʊər-, nʊˈroʊn l, nyʊ-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for neurone
Physiologically stated, free attention is given when a neurone series which is ready to act is called into activity.
Thus it is seen that the neurone is, in its development as in its work, a unit.
The general laws of learning emphasize the importance of the mind's set as a condition to readiness of neurone tracts.
Now let us consider the mode of connection between one neurone and another in a nerve center.Psychology|Robert S. Woodworth
Association is the result of habit working in neurone groups.