grey matter


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grey matter

the greyish tissue of the brain and spinal cord, containing nerve cell bodies, dendrites, and bare (unmyelinated) axons
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Relative to comparison subjects, individuals exposed to childhood maltreatment exhibited significantly smaller grey matter volumes: in the right orbitofrontal/superior temporal gyrus extending to the amygdala, insula, and parahippocampal and middle temporal gyri and in the left inferior frontal and postcentral gyri.
I always thought that the bright thinkers of the world required more grey matter not less.
Brilliant Tutorials and Grey Matter Academics have organised a free seminar on "Shine in School/CBSE Exams and Succeed in IIT-JEE/AIEEE/Medical Entrance Exams" for parents and students of Classes VIII to XII on September 7, at 7pm at the Centre for Performing Arts, Al Khuwair in Muscat.
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We also found that the longer the musicians had been playing the greater volume of the grey matter.
Children with normal calculation ability had more grey matter in this area.
The group, put together by the Rugby Area Planning Team, have been proving that grey hairs do not mean loss of grey matter.
Michal Schwartz of the Weizmann Institute of Science, has shown that Cop-1 acts as a low-affinity antigen that activates a wide range of self-reacting T cells, resulting in neuroprotective autoimmunity that is safe and effective against both CNS white matter and grey matter degeneration.
MRI revealed reduced grey matter in several regions that were affected in patients compared to controls.
In the brain, learning and memory storage occur in the grey matter.
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Essentially, it's a new brain-training game that looks to give you the ultimate grey matter workout, packed with a host of fun and stimulating mini-games and challenges, and filled with questions endorsed by Mensa, the renowned global high IQ society.