* * *neu·rot·ro·pism (n-rotґro-piz″əm) [neuro- + tropism] 1. the quality of having a special affinity for nervous tissue. 2. the alleged tendency of regenerating nerve fibers to grow toward specific portions of the periphery.
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neurotropism — NEUROTROPÍSM s.n. Afinitatea unor toxine sau germeni faţă de sistemul nervos. [< fr. neurotropisme]. Trimis de LauraGellner, 22.06.2005. Sursa: DN NEUROTROPÍSM s. n. afinitate specială a unor toxine sau germeni faţă de sistemul nervos. (< … Dicționar Român
neurotropism — eurotropism n. An affinity for neural tissues. [WordNet 1.5] … The Collaborative International Dictionary of English
neurotropism — /noo ro treuh piz euhm, nyoo /, n. the quality of being neurotropic. Also, neurotropy. [1900 05; NEURO + TROPISM] * * * … Universalium
neurotropism — noun An affinity for nervous tissue See Also: neurotropic … Wiktionary
neurotropism — n. attraction to neural tissue; influence on the nervous system … English contemporary dictionary
neurotropism — neu·rot·ro·pism … English syllables
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neurotropism — noun an affinity for neural tissues • Hypernyms: ↑tropism … Useful english dictionary
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