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1. Spinal cord
The line of nerve tissue which runs down the dorsal side (the top side; the back side in humans) of all vertebrate animals, from the brain to the tail, usually through a string of skeletal material called vertebrae.

2. Spinal cord
A cylinder of nerve tissue extending from the brain stem; receives sensory information and sends output motor signals; with the brain, forms the central nervous system . Nerve cell collections extending from the base of the brain to just below the last rib vertebrae.

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