SYN: cord. [L. dim. of funis, cord]
- anterior f. [TA] anterior white column of spinal cord, a column or bundle of white matter on either side of the anterior median fissure, between that and the anterolateral sulcus. SYN: f. anterior [TA], ventral f..
- f. anterior [TA] SYN: anterior f..
- cuneate f. SYN: cuneate fasciculus.
- dorsal f. posterior f..
- f. dorsalis SYN: posterior f..
- f. gracilis SYN: gracile fasciculus.
- lateral f. [TA] the lateral white column of the spinal cord between the lines of exit and entrance of the anterior and posterior nerve roots. SYN: f. lateralis [TA], anterolateral column of spinal cord, lateral f. of spinal cord.
- f. lateralis [TA] SYN: lateral f..
- lateral f. of spinal cord SYN: lateral f..
- funiculi medullae spinalis [TA] the three major white columns of the spinal cord.
- posterior f. posterior white column of the spinal cord, the large wedge-shaped fiber bundle lying between the posterior gray column and the posterior median septum, and composed largely of dorsal root fibers. SYN: f. posterior [TA], dorsal f., f. dorsalis.
- f. posterior [TA] SYN: posterior f..
- f. separans [TA] an oblique ridge in the floor of the fourth ventricle of the brain, separating the area postrema from the vagal trigone.
- f. solitarius SYN: solitary tract.
- f. spermaticus [TA] SYN: spermatic cord.
- f. teres SYN: medial eminence.
- f. umbilicalis SYN: umbilical cord.
- ventral f. anterior f..

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fu·nic·u·lus fyu̇-'nik-yə-les, fə- n, pl -li -.lī, -.lē any of various bodily structures more or less like a cord in form: as
a) one of the longitudinal subdivisions of white matter in each lateral half of the spinal cord see ANTERIOR FUNICULUS, LATERAL FUNICULUS, POSTERIOR FUNICULUS compare COLUMN (a)

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1. any of the three main columns of white matter found in each lateral half of the spinal cord.
2. a bundle of nerve fibres enclosed in a sheath; a fasciculus.
3. formerly) the spermatic cord or umbilical cord.

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fu·nic·u·lus (fu-nikґu-ləs) pl. funicґuli [L.][TA] cord: anatomic terminology for a cordlike structure or part. funicular adj

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  • Funiculus — Fu*nic u*lus, n.; pl. {Funiculi}. [L., a little cord. See {Funicle}.] 1. (Anat.) A cord, baud, or bundle of fibers; esp., one of the small bundles of fibers, of which large nerves are made up; applied also to different bands of white matter in… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

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  • Funicŭlus — (lat), 1) (Anat.), Fäden, Strang, Gebilde länglicher Form, durch lockeres Zellgewebe verbunden, z.B. F. spermatĭcus, so v.w. Samenstrang; F. umbilicālis, s. Nabelstrang; Funiculi nervei, Nervenbündelchen; 2) F. umbilicālis, Bot.), Nabel od.… …   Pierer's Universal-Lexikon

  • Funicŭlus — (lat.), in der Botanik soviel wie Nabelstrang (s. Samenanlage); in der Anatomie F. spermaticus, der Samenstrang (s. Samenleiter); bei den Moostierchen ist F. ein den Darm mit der Körperwand verbindender und für die Entstehung der… …   Meyers Großes Konversations-Lexikon

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  • Funiculus — Atrope Samenanlage. Funiculus als fu gekennzeichnet. Als Funiculus (lat. funiculus, „dünnes Seil“) oder Samenstielchen wird in der Botanik der Nabelstrang, also die Verbindung zwischen Plazenta und Samenanlage bei Bedecktsamern, bezeichnet. Neben …   Deutsch Wikipedia

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