Some articles on nucleus:
... Cells in the LGE migrate to the striatal domain (caudate nucleus and putamen) and parts of the septum and amygdala ... The CGE gives rise to interneurons in the nucleus accumbens, the bed nucleus of the stria terminals, the hippocampus, and specific nuclei in the amygdala ...
... The paraabducens nucleus is a nucleus in the human brain which controls lateral gaze ... As its name would indicate, it is located near the Abducens nucleus, and it sends signals to it, which in turn affects the lateral rectus and the medial ...
... close relationship with the cells of the dorsal nucleus, while others can be traced as far as the medulla oblongata, where they end in the gracile nucleus and cuneate nucleus ...
... In August 1963 a new nucleus of founders went to Kedesh Naftali, after the dispersal of the original members of the moshav ... community two families remained from the first founding nucleus Eliezer and Batya Kaufman and their three children, and the Adler family ... The nucleus was composed mostly of young couples from moshavim, who had left Morocco, Tunisia and Libya ...
... Nucleus (advocacy group), a UK-European political advocacy campaign organisation Nucleus (band), a British jazz-rock band led by Ian Carr Nucleus (video game), a 2007 downloadable game on ...
More definitions of "nucleus":
- (noun): Any histologically identifiable mass of neural cell bodies in the brain or spinal cord.
- (noun): The positively charged dense center of an atom.
- (noun): (astronomy) the center of the head of a comet; consists of small solid particles of ice and frozen gas that vaporizes on approaching the sun to form the coma and tail.
Famous quotes containing the word nucleus:
“Just see how it glints and sparkles. Of course it is a nucleus and focus of crime. Every good stone is. They are the devils pet baits. In larger and older jewels every facet may stand for a bloody deed....”
—Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (18591930)
“I could not undertake to form a nucleus of an institution for the development of infant minds, where none already existed. It would be too cruel.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
“You know that the nucleus of a time is not
The poet but the poem, the growth of the mind
Of the world, the heroic effort to live expressed
As victory. The poet does not speak in ruins
Nor stand there making orotund consolations.
He shares the confusions of intelligence.”
—Wallace Stevens (18791955)