Definition of Chorda. Meaning of Chorda. Synonyms of Chorda

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Definition of Chorda

Chorda
Chorda Chor"da, n. [NL., fr. L. chorda. See Chord.] (Anat.) A cord. Chorda dorsalis. [NL., lit., cord of the back.] (Anat.) See Notochord.

Meaning of Chorda from wikipedia

- Chorda tympani is a branch of the facial nerve that carries gustatory (taste) sensory innervation from the front of the tongue and parasympathetic (secretomotor)...
- genus are: Chorda asiatica Chorda borealis Chorda filum Chorda kikonaiensis Chorda minuta Chorda rigida Guiry, M.D.; Guiry, G.M. (2008). "Chorda". AlgaeBase...
- Chorda filum, commonly known as dead man's rope or sea lace among other names, is a species of brown algae in the genus Chorda. It is widespread in the...
- Urochordata (Balfour 1881) is from the ancient Gr**** οὐρά (oura, "tail") + Latin chorda ("cord"), because the notochord is only found in the tail. The term Tunicata...
- The chordae tendineae (SG: chorda tendinea) or tendinous cords, colloquially known as the heart strings, are inelastic cords of fibrous connective tissue...
- the nerve gives rise to the nerve to the stapedius muscle and chorda tympani. The chorda tympani supplies taste fibers to the anterior two thirds of the...
- André Chorda (20 February 1938 – 18 June 1998) was a French footballer who pla**** as a defender. He pla**** for France in the 1966 FIFA World Cup. French...
- is called by other names including oblique ligament, chorda obliqua, radio-ulnar ligament, chorda oblique antebrachii anterior, proximal interosseous band...
- place, and the various cords are shining through. Details Identifiers Latin chorda arteriae umbilicalis, ligamentum umbilicale mediale TA98 A12.2.15.026 Anatomical...
- branch (V3) of the trigeminal nerve) for somatosensory perception and by the chorda tympani (a branch of the facial nerve) for taste perception. Both parts...