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Definition of Decussated

Decussated
Decussate De*cus"sate, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Decussated; p. pr. & vb. n. Decussating.] [L. decussatus, p. p. of decussare to cross like an X, fr. decussis (orig. equiv. to decem asses) the number ten, which the Romans represented by X.] To cross at an acute angle; to cut or divide in the form of X; to intersect; -- said of lines in geometrical figures, rays of light, nerves, etc.
Decussated
Decussate De*cus"sate, Decussated De*cus"sa*ted, a. 1. Crossed; intersected. 2. (Bot.) Growing in pairs, each of which is at right angles to the next pair above or below; as, decussated leaves or branches. 3. (Rhet.) Consisting of two rising and two falling clauses, placed in alternate opposition to each other; as, a decussated period.

Meaning of Decussated from wikipedia

- nerves such as in the optic chiasm. In botanical leaf taxology, the word decussate describes an opposite pattern of leaves which has successive pairs at...
- period. The tradition according to which this saint was crucified on a decussate cross is not found in early hagiography. Depictions of Saint Andrew being...
- 90 degrees apart, this habit is called decussate. It is common in members of the family Cr****ulaceae Decussate phyllotaxis also occurs in the Aizoaceae...
- point or node on the stem. Leaf attachments are paired at each node. Decussate An opposite arrangement in which each successive pair is rotated 90° from...
- and the secondary neuronal axons decussates and then travel up to the superior cerebellar peduncle where they decussate again. From here, the information...
- from most medial to most lateral respectively. The pathway crosses over (decussates) at the level of the spinal cord, rather than in the brainstem like the...
- (preserved on the contralateral side) and crude touch (destruction of the decussated spinothalamic fibers from the contralateral side) on the contralateral...
- yield, interest"; the superposition of two diagonal wedges results in a decussate cross (𒉽), read as pap "first, pre-eminent" (the superposition of these...
- the corticospinal tract along the front of the medulla and cross over (decussate) at the medullary pyramids. These then travel down the spinal cord, with...
- corticospinal axons decussate (or cross over) the midline and continue down the spinal cord on the contralateral side. The fibers that decussated will go down...