Glossary G

Ganglion cell is defines as a type of neuron in the retina that receives input from the bipolar cells ; a neuron in the retina that receives inputs from bipolar and amacrine cells . The axons of the ganglion cells travel out of the eye in the optic nerve . Moreover, Ganglion cells is defined as a kind of neuron usually situated near the inner surface of the retina of the eye; receive visual information from photoreceptors by way of bipolar cells and amacrine cells; send visual information from the retina to several different parts of the brain, such as the thalamus and the hypothalamus .

Ganglioside is defined as molecule composed of carbohydrates and fats

Gangs is defined as group of people who form an alliance for a common purpose and engage in unlawful or criminal activity. They are loosely organized groups of (often) adolescents that hang out, identify as a group, and usually partake in delinquent or criminal activities

Ganser syndrome refers to a Factitious disorder that was first observed in prisoners. People with Ganser syndrome have short-term episodes of bizarre behavior similar to that shown by people with serious mental illnesses.

Garbology refers to the study of a society or culture by examining what it discards.

Garden path sentences is defined as sentences in which the comprehender assumes a particular meaning of a word or phrase but discovers later that the assumption was incorrect, forcing the comprehender to backtrack and reinterpret the sentence.
Gargantua refers to a person of great size or stature and of voracious physical or intellectual appetites.