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zygoneury (noun; Greek zygon, yoke; neuron, nerve): (Mollusca: Gastropoda) A connection between the main mantle nerve and the intestinal ganglial nerves and pallial nerves from the pleural ganglia, usually on the left side, but may be on the right

See also: dialyneury.