Efferent [adjective]

Definition of Efferent:

radiating from a central point

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Sentence/Example of Efferent:

This vesicle appears as a continuation of the Mllerian ducts, but receives a number of the efferent ductules of the kidneys.

But the efferent ductules from the kidney gradually alter their points of entrance into the primitive duct.

Then adjusted itself to the exact micro-frequency that carried the messages in his efferent nervous system.

Every efferent neuron in his system carried the message full power.

In other words, the vitality of the cells on the efferent side ought not to be dependent on the integrity of the reflex arc.

There's apparently a small blood clot in the brain, Mr. President, interfering with the functioning of the efferent nerves.

The spinal cord is like an upturned tree, with man's hair as its roots, and afferent and efferent nerves as branches.

The efferent ducts are ciliated, and there is a patch of cilia at the point where they communicate with the cavity of each testis.

Thus, when one observes the isolated primary gland it appears as though it had efferent ducts inserted at the same point.

There are two divisions of nerves, the afferent and efferent.