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From the ganglion of the shoulders, also, the child breathes and his heart beats.

The nerves connected with this ganglion were long and slender.

It forms a continuation of the root rather than of the ganglion.

The junction is from the first at some little distance from the ganglion.

Fibers which leave the ganglion laterally from ventral cells.

The interruption coming at such a moment jarred every ganglion in his body.

They have no brain, but a ganglion of nerves, a whitish substance situated near their mouths.

The nerves of the mouth and its tentacles originate in the first ganglion, those of the respiratory organs in the second.

A cinder enters the eye, the report reaches a ganglion, a motor impulse is sent forth, and the eyelid closes.

It is formed of a superficial layer of longitudinal nervous fibres, and a central core of ganglion cells.

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