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PYRAMIDAL CELLS
CARISOPRODOL
HORSE SACRIFICE
SOMA AREA
BASAL DENDRITES
MANSAKONKO
MEANS
GAMES
SAN FRANCISCO
JUICE
DRINK
ALEXANDER
CHILD
DAUGHTERS
PLANT
DIAMETER
CELLS
NORTH
INFORMATION
TEMPLE
COGNATE
ARJUNA
ABHIMANYU
STOMA
ADITI
ELECTRICAL IMPULSES
GERM PLASM
OPPOSITE ENDS
ATHARVAN
MYTH
PART
AXON HILLOCK
OBLATION
VARUNA
RIGVEDA
VERSES
THOUSANDS
WORD
SACRIFICE
PSYCHE
RUDRA
VAYU
DENDRITE
MOON
CHANDRA
HYPHA
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Definitions

  1. Soma is the god of inspiration, the intoxicant who stirs the minds, lures the gods and brings them to the place of worship.
  2. The soma is usually compact; the axon and dendrites are filaments that extrude from it.
  3. The soma is the central part of the neuron.
  4. The word soma is Greek, meaning "body"; the soma of a neuron is often called the "cell body".
  5. The soma was enclosed by high walls and many believe that later it would also hold the Ptolemy Royal family tombs as well.

Pyramidal Cells

  1. In pyramidal cells, there is an abundance of Na +, Ca 2+, and K + channels in the dendrites, and some channels in the soma.

Carisoprodol

  1. They include diazepam (Valium), cyclobenzaprine (Flexeril), and carisoprodol (Soma).

Horse Sacrifice

  1. Some refer to partaking of soma and the horse sacrifice, rituals that are rarely practiced by modern Hindus.

Soma Area

  1. In Table 2, the total axon and dendritic length, soma area, and cell area of the reconstructions are given.

Basal Dendrites

  1. Selective attention may be expressed as enhanced processing of pulses arriving at the basal dendrites and leaving at the soma of these pyramidal neurons.

Mansakonko

  1. The high percentages of urban people in the Mansakonko and Kerewan LGAs are due to the growing communities of Soma and Farafenni.

Means

  1. He furnished Agni and Soma with it, and by means of it Agni and Soma reached the supreme goal.

Games

  1. He developed detailed analyses of many other games and puzzles, such as the Soma cube, peg solitaire, and Conway's soldiers.

San Francisco

  1. In San Francisco, tea businesses have gone beyond Chinatown and Japantown, spreading to Hayes Valley, the Castro and SOMA.
  2. Grid.com is based in the Soma area of San Francisco.

Juice

  1. In Tvastar's dwelling India drank the Soma, a hundredworth of juice pressed from the mortar.

Drink

  1. Now for the gladdening draught press out the liquor, and drink, O Rbhus, of die meath of Soma.

Alexander

  1. Canopis was the next city along the coast while the Soma supposedly housed the tomb of Alexander the Great which Ptolemy I Soter brought back from the East.

Child

  1. The child that Draupadi bore to Bhimasena was born after Bhima had performed a thousand Soma sacrifices, he came to be called Sutasoma.

Daughters

  1. With his wife Prasuti, he is the father of many daughters, twenty-seven of whom were married to Soma.

Plant

  1. Book 9 114 hymns, entirely devoted to Soma Pavamana, the plant of the sacred potion of the Vedic religion.

Diameter

  1. For instance, the soma of a neuron can vary from 4 to 100 micrometers in diameter.

Cells

  1. Unfortunately, the soma and dendrites were well preserved in only two of these cells (Fig.

North

  1. Mansa Konko is a town in the Gambia, lying north of Soma.

Information

  1. The dendrites are responsible for picking up information from neighboring neurons and transmitting this information to the cell body, also known as the soma.

Temple

  1. According to the legends, Soma, the moon God built the temple in gold, Ravan in silver, Krishna in wood and king Bhimdev of Anhilwad in stone.

Cognate

  1. Sacred haoma has its origins in Indo-Iranian religion and is the cognate of Vedic soma.

Arjuna

  1. Whitish yellow steeds bore Sutasoma, the son of Arjuna, whom the latter had obtained from Soma himself.

Abhimanyu

  1. And he who was known as the mighty Varchas, the son of Soma, became Abhimanyu of wonderful deeds, the son of Arjuna.
  2. Abhimanyu was the incarnation of Varchas, the son of Soma (the Moon-God).
  3. Soma, whose energy, varchas, later incarnates as Abhimanyu is already associated with here the Asuras, popularly, the demons.

Stoma

  1. The support of the Soma is the Vayu cup, the support of it is the beaker, (the support) of the Stoma is Soma, (the support) of the hymns is the Stoma.

Aditi

  1. The eastern quarter they distinguished by her, by Agni the southern, by Soma the western, by Savitr the northern, by Aditi the zenith.

Electrical Impulses

  1. Dendrites pass on the electrical impulses to the cell body, or soma, where they are processed.

Germ Plasm

  1. We propose that segregation of the germ plasm involves both stabilization of germline proteins in the germ line and cullin-dependent degradation in the soma.

Opposite Ends

  1. Bipolar: axon and single dendrite on opposite ends of the soma.
  2. Bipolar: single axon and single dendrite on opposite ends of the soma.

Atharvan

  1. The Atharvan was a special kind of priest involved with Soma and fire rituals.

Myth

  1. Game Network provides the massively multiplayer online role-playing game The Myth of Soma.
  2. There was a weekly television show for both The Legend of Mir 2 and The Myth of Soma, which attracted new people to the games.

Part

  1. The Brahmanas (Brahmin Books) are part of the Hindu Shruti; these religious scriptures focus on sacrifice -- particularly that of horses and soma.

Axon Hillock

  1. The axon leaves the soma at a swelling called the axon hillock, and can extend for great distances, giving rise to hundreds of branches.

Oblation

  1. Narten 1986); in both the most highly valued oblation is an invigorating drink (of still debatable identity), Vedic soma, Avestan haoma.

Varuna

  1. It is surprising that prayers to you lead Aditi, Mitra, Varuna, Soma, Indu remember us.

Rigveda

  1. Specific rituals and sacrifices of the Vedic religion include: The Soma cult described in the Rigveda, descended from a common Indo-Iranian practice.

Verses

  1. The Samaveda outlined the ritual chants for singing the verses of the Rig veda, particularly for offerings of Soma.
  2. The Samaveda outlined the ritual chants for singing the verses of the Rigveda, particularly for offerings of Soma.

Thousands

  1. The axon is a finer, cable-like projection which can extend tens, hundreds, or even tens of thousands of times the diameter of the soma in length.

Word

  1. It is just such evidence which I will present below, although the word soma is not used explicitly, rather the Tibetan translation of its synonym, amrita.
  2. For soma sacrifices " agnistoma " is the prakrti, the word "stoma" also meaning a sacrifice.

Sacrifice

  1. It must be remembered that these hymns are liturgical in nature and meant primarily for the Soma sacrifice, especially dear to Indra.
  2. Indra figures as one of the chief deities in the Rigveda, celebrated as the slayer of Vṛtra and central to the Soma sacrifice.
  3. The Agnistoma or Soma sacrifice The Ashvamedha or horse sacrifice The Purushamedha, or sacrifice of a man, imitating that of the cosmic Purusha, cf.

Psyche

  1. The Greek word for body is soma; soul is psuche, from which we get "psyche," and spirit is pneuma.
  2. According to this, man, perfect man (teleios) consists of three parts: body, soul, spirit (soma, psyche, pneuma).

Rudra

  1. Bhaga at dawn, Pusan, and Brahmanaspati, Soma at dawn, Rudra we will invoke at dawn.

Vayu

  1. These two were together, Vayu blew them apart; they conceived a child, Soma generated it, Agni swallowed it.
  2. Drive, Vayu, bring thine harnessed horses hither: drink the pressed Soma till it make thee joyful.
  3. Vayu is a described in the Rigveda as a beautiful god, ideally the first partaker of soma juice which he seems to be especially fond of.

Dendrite

  1. These are single unit signs usually representing one compartment of the cell: synapse, soma, dendrite, axon, or terminal.
  2. White matter in the brain is myelinated neurons, while grey matter contains mostly cell soma, dendrite s, and unmyelinated portions of axons and glia.

Moon

  1. Soma represents the god of the Moon.
  2. This is placed near the fiery third eye and this shows the power of Soma, the sacrificial offering, which is the representative of moon.

Chandra

  1. A tremendous amount of energy was released as a result of this meditation and the moon-god, Chandra or Soma, was born from this energy.
  2. In Hinduism, Chandra is a lunar deity, later identified with Soma.
  3. Chandra is also identified with the Vedic Lunar deity Soma (lit.

Hypha

  1. Fungi have a vegetative body called a thallus or soma, composed of one-cell-thick filaments termed hyphae (singular: hypha).
  2. Most fungi have vegetative bodies (called thallus or soma) composed of one-cell-thick filaments called hyphae (singular: hypha).
  3. Structure Fungi have a vegetative body called a thallus or soma and composed of one-cell-thick filaments called hyphae (singular: hypha).

Categories

  1. Cell Body
  2. Dendrites
  3. Axon
  4. Neuron
  5. Agni

Related Keywords

    * Agni * Amrita * Axon * Axons * Cell Body * Dendrites * Gods * Indra * Neuron * Neurons
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