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Human ganglion

Post by TastyAgar » Tue Jan 01, 2008 10:56 pm

Does anyone know where the cell bodies in the human ganglion are located? My lecture notes say that, for invertebrates, thery're situated in the cortex (between the outer and inner chord sheath) and that in vertebrates they are 'more central' which kind of implies that they're not in the cortex but I can't find a decent diagram.

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Re: Human ganglion

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