adjective Etymology: New Latin synapsis Date: 1895 1. of or relating to a synapsis 2. of or relating to a synapse • synaptically adverb

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  • synaptic — 1895, used as an adj. corresponding to SYNAPSIS (Cf. synapsis), from Gk. synaptikos, lit. “connective, copulative.” …   Etymology dictionary

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  • synaptic — syn·ap·tic (sĭ năpʹtĭk) adj. Of or relating to synapsis or a synapse: synaptic nerve endings; the synaptic phase in meiosis.   [From Greek sunaptos, joined together, from sunaptein, to join together. See synapse.]   syn·apʹti·cal·ly adv. * * * …   Universalium

  • synaptic — 1. Relating to a synapse. 2. Relating to synapsis. * * * syn·ap·tic si nap tik, Brit also sī adj 1) of, relating to, or participating in synapsis <synaptic chromosomes> 2) of or relating to a synapse <synaptic transmission>… …   Medical dictionary

  • synaptic — synapse ► NOUN ▪ a gap between two nerve cells, across which impulses are conducted through the agency of a neurotransmitter. DERIVATIVES synaptic adjective. ORIGIN Greek sunapsis, from sun together + hapsis joining …   English terms dictionary

  • synaptic — adjective a) Of or relating to a synapse the junction between the terminal of a neuron and another cell. b) Of or relating to a synapsis the association of homologous maternal and paternal chromosomes during the initial part of meiosis. See Also …   Wiktionary

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