amyelinic a·my·e·lin·ic (ā-mī’ə-lĭn’ĭk, ə-mī’-)
Without myelin; unmyelinated.
amyelonic amyelonic a·my·e·lon·ic (ā-mī’ə-lŏn’ĭk, ə-mī’-) or a·my·e·lo·ic (-lō’ĭk) adj. Amyelous. Lacking bone marrow or lacking the functional participation of bone marrow in hemopoiesis.
congenital absence of the spinal cord. amyelous a·my·e·lous (ə-mī’ə-ləs) adj. Relating to or characterized by the total or partial absence of a spinal cord. amyelia a·my·e·li·a (ā’mī-ē’lē-ə, ām’ī-) n. Congenital absence of the spinal cord. a’my·el’ic (-ěl’ĭk, -ē’lĭk) adj.
an almond-shaped part, as a tonsil. a ganglion of the limbic system adjoining the temporal lobe of the brain and involved in emotions of fear and aggression. Contemporary Examples That suggests that “the amygdala is quite sensitive to the quality of maternal care,” says Lupien. How Sad Moms Change a Child’s Brain Sharon Begley August […]
belonging or pertaining to the Amygdalaceae, a family of plants bearing fruit containing a single hard seed. Historical Examples Its taste is weak, amygdalaceous, with a faint, mushroom-like aroma. The Desert World Arthur Mangin