His ganglions were big, as was the case in all great preachers.
We have seen that they have ganglions, and probably optic nerves.
The great sympathetic nerves in fishes are said to have no ganglions.
The ganglions vary also in their situation with respect to each other.
I omit those in which the ganglions are only in one of these parts.
I am next to say a few words upon the shape of the ganglions.
The number of these ganglions corresponds with that of the segments.
In the pit of the stomach is that great central web of nerves called the ganglions; thence they affect the head and the heart.
Those masses of ganglions below and coming from all sides as they go over the pass of the ridge are association bundles.
Ehrenberg also states that they have ganglions at their base, which furnish them with nervous filaments.