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Modelled on the arrangement of neurons in the brain
Of, or relating to the nerves, neurons or the nervous system
pertaining to the nerves or nervous system
Neural means relating to a nerve or to the nervous system. neural pathways in the brain. relating to a nerve or the nervous system
Neural means pertaining to the nervous system
of or relating to neurons; "neural network
of or relating to neurons; "neural network"
Pertaining to a nerve or the nervous system
adjective, Greek neuron = nerve
relating to the nerves or nervous system; taining to, situated in the region of, or on the side with, the neural, or cerebro-spinal, axis; opposed to hemal
relating to a neuron, a nerve or the nervous system
A hearing impairment caused by lesions of the neurons of the auditory part of the cranial nerve VIII
As applied to vertebrates, neural is the same as dorsal; as applied to invertebrates it is usually the same as ventral
-any structure composed of nerve cells
of or relating to the nervous system; "nervous disease"; "neural disorder"
{s} nerve-related; dealing with the nervous system (Neurology)
neural canal
a canal formed by neural arches of vertebrae. Houses the spinal cord
neural canals
plural form of neural canal
neural crest
a strip of ectodermal material in the early vertebrate embryo inserted between the prospective neural plate and the epidermis
neural network
Any network of neurons etc that function together to achieve a common purpose
neural network
A real or virtual computer system designed to emulate the brain in its ability to "learn" to assess imprecise data
neural networks
plural form of neural network
neural plate
a thick, flat bundle of ectoderm formed in vertebrate embryos after induction by the notochord
neural tube
hollow longitudinal dorsal tube formed in the folding and subsequent fusion of the opposite ectodermal folds in the embryo that gives rise to the brain and spinal cord
Neural network
(Computers) system made up of programs and data bases that include several parallel processors and simulates the activity of the structure of the human brain
neural arch
a structure arising dorsally from a vertebral centrum and enclosing the spinal cord
neural arch
A bony or cartilaginous arch that arises from the dorsal side of a vertebra to enclose the spinal cord
neural computer
a computer that is designed to operate in a way similar to the human brain computing
neural crest
The part of the ectoderm in a vertebrate embryo that lies on either side of the neural tube and develops into the cranial, spinal, and autonomic ganglia
neural crest
The portion of the neural plate and neural groove containing cells that give rise to the peripheral nervous system At the neural groove stage, the neural crest occupies the lateral margins of the groove At the neural tube stage, the neural crest separates from the neural tube
neural crest
An embryonic structure which contains many of the cell types that tend to grow abnormally in neurofibromatosis
neural crest
Formed from neural plate cells that break away as the neural tube is being formed in the vertebrate embryo
neural network
In computing, a neural network is a program or system which is modelled on the human brain and is designed to imitate the brain's method of functioning, particularly the process of learning. A real or virtual device, modeled after the human brain, in which several interconnected elements process information simultaneously, adapting and learning from past patterns. a set of computers that are connected to each other, which share information and operate in a way that is supposed to be similar to the human brain. Type of parallel computation in which computing elements are modeled on the network of neurons that constitute animal nervous systems. This model, intended to simulate the way the brain processes information, enables the computer to "learn" to a certain degree. A neural network typically consists of a number of interconnected processors, or nodes. Each handles a designated sphere of knowledge, and has several inputs and one output to the network. Based on the inputs it gets, a node can "learn" about the relationships between sets of data, sometimes using the principles of fuzzy logic. For example, a backgammon program can store and grade results from moves in a game; in the next game, it can play a move based on its stored result and can regrade the stored result if the move is unsuccessful. Neural networks have been used in pattern recognition, speech analysis, oil exploration, weather prediction, and the modeling of thinking and consciousness
neural network
any network of neurons or nuclei that function together to perform some function in the body computer architecture in which processors are connected in a manner suggestive of connections between neurons; can learn by trial and error
neural plate
The thickened dorsal plate of ectoderm that differentiates into the neural tube and neural crest
neural structure
a structure that is part of the nervous system
neural tube
A tubular structure formed by fission of the neural groove from overlying ectoderm The brain and spinal cord develop from neural tube
neural tube
Tube filled with CSF formed when the lips of the neural groove fuse Develops into the CNS
neural tube
Embryological structure which gives rise to the brain and spinal cord
neural tube
A structure in early fetal life that develops into the brain, spinal cord, spinal nerves and spine
neural tube
the part of the embryo that becomes the brain and spinal cord
neural tube
A dorsal tubular structure in the vertebrate embryo formed by longitudinal folding of the neural plate and differentiating into the brain and spinal cord
neural tube
the tube in the back of the developing baby that becomes the spinal cord and spine
neural tube
The tubular embryonic tissue from which the brain and spinal cord develop Very serious congenital defects result from failure of this tube to close during the process of growth and differentiation
neural tube
a tube of ectodermal tissue in the embryo from which the brain and spinal cord develop
neural tube
  A tube of ectoderm in the embryo that will form the spinal cord
neural tube defect
Any of various congenital defects of the brain and spinal cord, such as spina bifida, resulting from incomplete closing of the neural tube in an embryo. Congenital defect of the brain or spinal cord from abnormal growth of their precursor, the neural tube (see embryology), usually with spine or skull defects. The tube may fail to close properly, have parts missing, or have a blockage (see hydrocephalus). In spina bifida, vertebrae are open over the back of the spinal cord, usually at the base. This may not affect function if no further defects (local absence of skin or meninges, protrusion of tissue, defect opening into the spinal cord) exist. The more serious forms can cause paralysis and impair bladder and bowel function. In encephalocele, a meningeal sac containing brain tissue protrudes from the skull. The effects depend on the amount of tissue involved. Adequate folic-acid intake by women of childbearing age reduces the risk of neural tube defects. Early surgery can prevent or minimize disability


artificial neural networks
a mathematical model or computational model based on Biological neural networks. It consists of an interconnected group of artificial neurons and processes information using a connectionist approach to computation
In a neural manner
by the nerves, through the nervous system (Neurology)
With regard to nerves



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    /ˈnyo͝orəl/ /ˈnjʊrəl/


    [ 'nur-&l, 'nyur- ] (adjective.) circa 1847. From Ancient Greek νεῦρον (neuron, “a sinew, nerve”) + -al.

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