Definition of cytoarchitectonics in English:

cytoarchitectonics

Line breaks: cyto|archi|tec¦ton¦ics
Pronunciation: /ˌsʌɪtəʊˌɑːkɪtɛkˈtɒnɪks
 
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noun

[treated as singular or plural]
  • another term for cytoarchitecture.
    More example sentences
    • Changes in cytoarchitectonics are accompanied by a distinct rearrangement of radial glial fibers.
    • Between 1903 and 1908 he published seven papers; many concerned with the comparative cytoarchitectonics of mammalian cortex.

Derivatives

cytoarchitectonic

adjective
More example sentences
  • The brain is subdivided into areas of similarity to form a cytoarchitectonic map.
  • The basic analysis has been performed in three brains, serially sectioned and stained with thionin, myelin stain, acetylcholinesterase and parvalbumin, to determine cytoarchitectonic boundaries.
  • Despite the growing interest in CING its cytoarchitectonic characterization and parcellation remains controversial, remaining one of the less explored cortical regions.

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