neurosensory
adjective Date: 1929 of or relating to afferent nerves

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  • neurosensory — neu·ro·sen·so·ry sen(t)s (ə )rē adj of or relating to afferent nerves <neurosensory control of feeding behavior> * * * neu·ro·sen·so·ry (noor″o senґsə re) sensorineural …   Medical dictionary

  • neurosensory — ˌ adjective Etymology: neur + sensory : of or relating to afferent nerves neurosensory control of feeding behavior * * * /noor oh sen seuh ree, nyoor /, adj. of or pertaining to the sensory role of the nervous system. [1925 30; NEURO + SENSORY] …   Useful english dictionary

  • neurosensory — /noor oh sen seuh ree, nyoor /, adj. of or pertaining to the sensory role of the nervous system. [1925 30; NEURO + SENSORY] * * * …   Universalium

  • neurosensory — adjective Of or pertaining to the sensory functions of the nervous system …   Wiktionary

  • neurosensory — neu·ro·sensory …   English syllables

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