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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of myelinated

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of myelinated:
/majɛlənejtɪd/

Derived Form of myelinated

adjective
comparitive: more myelinated
superlative: most myelinated
Adjective
1
(of neurons) covered with a layer of myelin
Synonymsmedullated,
Antonymsunmyelinated,
See alsomyelin,

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  1. heavily myelinated or poorly myelinated?? poorly myelinated.. do you think anterolateral
  2. then the next region that's myelinated,
  3. on the end of big fat, myelinated, fast-conducting nerve fibres,
  4. That activates big, fat, myelinated nerve fibres
  5. because it's myelinated.
  6. is myelinated, though it serves the function of a dendrite
  7. If this is the particular kind of axon that is 'myelinated',
  8. these unmyelinated fibers pass into the optic disk and become myelinated as they
  9. yes, that's true. But you're talking about speed of conduction with myelinated fibers
  10. They weren't completely myelinated.
  11. along a myelinated axon
  12. Now look at the myelinated axon.
  13. The process is continued down the myelinated axon
  14. Compare the unmyelinated axon with the myelinated
  15. the end of the myelinated axon more rapidly
  16. The voluntary nervous system's actually myelinated.
  17. sheet and ah after a small interval they are actually for myelinated nerve there is some
  18. fiber ok and for the myelinated nerve such kind of conduction is called salutatory conduction
  19. Myelinated fibers.
  20. brain is not fully mature or myelinated until age 25 and an interesting little tidbit here