the medulla oblongata

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medulla
ilik
medulla
omurilik

Merkezî sinir sistemi beyin, beyincik, omurilik soğanı ve omurilikten oluşur. - Central nervous system consists of brain, cerebellum, medulla oblongata and spinal cord.

medulla oblongata
bulbus
medulla oblongata
soğanilik
medulla oblongata
beynin en arka kısmı
Medulla oblongata
(Tıp, İlaç) omurilik soğanı
medulla
{i} öz
medulla
beynin omuriliğe bitişik parçası
medulla
saçın özü
medulla
soğanilik
medulla
beynin en arka parçası
medulla
medullaryiliğimsi
medulla
(Tıp) (Medullae). İlik, öz
medulla
{i} medulla
medulla
ilikli
medulla
anat
medulla
medulla oblongata anat
medulla oblongata
beynin omuriliğe bitişik kısmı
medulla oblongata
soğan ilik
medulla oblongata
{ç} me.dul.la ob.lon.ga.tas (mîd^l'ı ablông.ga'tız)/me.dul.lae ob.lon.ga.tae (mîd^l'i ablông.ga'ti) (Anatomi) soğancık
oblongata
(Tıp) Boyu eninden fazla olan
Englisch - Englisch
oblongata
medulla
medulla oblongata
the part of the brainstem located just above the spinal cord; means "rather long and narrow;" acting as kind of a "telephone exchange," the medulla oblongata links the higher brain centers with several senses
medulla oblongata
lowest part of the brain, part of the brain connected to the spinal cord (Anatomy)
medulla oblongata
a part of the brain which continues as the bulblike part of the spinal cord just above the opening into the skull It contains the heart, blood vessel and breathing centers of the brain
medulla oblongata
lower or hindmost part of the brain; continuous with spinal cord; (`bulb' is an old term for medulla oblongata); "the medulla oblongata is the most vital part of the brain because it contains centers controlling breathing and heart functioning
medulla oblongata
Nervous tissue at the base of the brain that controls respiration, circulation, and other vital body functions
medulla oblongata
In a vertebrate, the posterior-most region of the brain, also called the myelencephalon In embryonic development, it is characterized by a series of neuromeres, each of which will become associated with a specific set of motor and sensory nerves
medulla oblongata
The most posterior part of the brainstem, at the border between the brain and the spinal cord
medulla oblongata
The medulla oblongata (myelencephalon) is the extension, within the skull of the upper end of the spinal cord, forming the lowest part of the brain stem Besides forming the major pathway for nerve impulses entering and leaving the skull, the medulla regulates the reflex responses controlling respiration, heart beat, blood pressure, and adhere involuntary processes
medulla oblongata
A part of the brainstem that regulates breathing, heartbeat, and blood flow
medulla oblongata
The lower portion of the brain stem
the medulla oblongata
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