subserous layer

Japanese translation: shou maku ka sou

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19:56 Jul 6, 2000
English to Japanese translations [PRO]
Medical
English term or phrase: subserous layer
A term concerned to biotissue structure
Sergei Lisin
Japanese translation:shou maku ka sou
Explanation:
"shou maku" = serous (kanji looks like "taishou"'s "shou" on top and "sui"(water) on the bottom.)
"ka" = under
"sou" = layer
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nashou maku ka sou
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shou maku ka sou


Explanation:
"shou maku" = serous (kanji looks like "taishou"'s "shou" on top and "sui"(water) on the bottom.)
"ka" = under
"sou" = layer

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