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Vertebral nerve

vertebral nerve

(Science: anatomy, nerve) A branch from the stellate ganglion that ascends along the vertebral artery to the level of the axis or atlas, giving branches to the cervical nerves and meninges.

Synonym: nervus vertebralis.


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trends of vertebrate evolution

... it? 1Conversion of the support for locomotion from the notochord to the vertebral column 2) Expansion of the nerve cord to form the brain and spinal cord 3) Changes in the Respiratory system form gills ...

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