Excitatory

Refers to a neural synapse or weight that is positive such that activity in the source neuron encourages activity in the connected neuron; the opposite of inhibitory.
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Excitatory

Ex·cit'a·to·ry adjective [ Confer French excitatoire .] Tending to excite; containing excitement; excitative.
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excitatory

Tending to produce excitation. ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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Excitatory

• (a.) Tending to excite; containing excitement; excitative.
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excitatory

Type: Term Pronunciation: ek-sī′tă-tō′rē Definitions: 1. Tending to produce excitation.
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