Efferent

Efferent is an anatomical term with the following meanings: See also: ...
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Efferent

• (a.) Conveying outward, or discharging; -- applied to certain blood vessels, lymphatics, nerves, etc. • (n.) An efferent duct or stream. • (a.) Conveyed outward; as, efferent impulses, i. e., such as are conveyed by the motor or efferent nerves from the central nervous organ outwards; -- opposed to afferent.Efferent: words in the d...
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efferent

(ef;er-ent) Conveying away from the center of an organ or structure.
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efferent

(ef´әr-әnt) conducting or progressing away from a center or specific site of reference, such as an efferent nerve; called also centrifugal. See also afferent and corticifugal. a fiber or nerve that so conducts.
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efferent

motorial adjective of nerves and nerve impulses; conveying information away from the CNS; `efferent nerves and impulses`
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Efferent

Ef'fe·rent adjective [ Latin efferens , -entis , present participle of effere to bear out; ex out + ferre to bear.] (Physiol.) (a) Conveying outward, or discharging; -- applied to certain blood vessels, lymphatics, nerves, etc. (b) Conveyed ...
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Efferent

Ef'fe·rent noun An efferent duct or stream.
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efferent

adjective, Latin ex = out, and ferens = carrying, hence, conducting from.
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efferent

carrying outward or away
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efferent

Conducting (fluid or a nerve impulse) outward from a given organ or part thereof, e.g. the efferent connections of a group of nerve cells, efferent blood vessels, or the excretory duct of an organ.
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Efferent

Efferent: Carrying away. An artery is an efferent vessel carrying blood away from the heart. An efferent nerve carries impulses away from the central nervous system. The opposite of efferent is afferent.
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efferent

Moving or carrying outward or away from a central part. Refers to vessels, nerves, etc. For example: blood vessels carrying blood away from the heart or nerves carrying signals from the brain. ... Compare: afferent. ... (09 Oct 1997) ...
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Efferent

refers to a neuron or pathway that transmits signals away from the CNS to the periphery or some other CNS site
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Efferent

Refers to nerves that carry messages from the brain and spinal cord towards the muscles and glands in the body, i.e., motor nerves.
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efferent

the nerves that carry motor messages away from the brain.
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Efferent

the nerves that carry motor messages away from the brain.
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efferent

Type: Term Pronunciation: ef′ĕr-ent Definitions: 1. Conducting fluid or a nerve impulse outward from a given organ, cell, or part thereof, the efferent connections of a group of nerve cells, efferent blood vessels, or excretory duct of an organ.
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efferent

[adj] - (physiology) of nerves and nerve impulses
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