stain

Polish translation: zabarwić/wybarwić

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English term or phrase:stain
Polish translation:zabarwić/wybarwić
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16:06 Apr 29, 2018
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Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase: stain
These [cranial nerve nuclei] aren't like little oragns that you could like cut and dissect and see them. They're just like different parts of the brain matter. Like they're not like something you could dissect, they can stain there and do weird things like be able to differentiate them from each other.

https://youtu.be/4lf8fdiU1Qk?t=6900

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zabarwić/wybarwić
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Po to, żeby odróżnić te struktury.
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4 +2zabarwić/wybarwić
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The location of cranial nerve nuclei and the course of their fibers within the brainstem
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zabarwić/wybarwić


Explanation:
Po to, żeby odróżnić te struktury.

Marcin Pustkowski
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agree  Frank Szmulowicz, Ph. D.: Have a nice Sunday!
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  -> Dziękuję Frank, Tobie również miłej niedzieli (masz lepiej, bo dłużej się będziesz nią cieszyć).

agree  Robert Foltyn
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Reference: The location of cranial nerve nuclei and the course of their fibers within the brainstem

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The location of cranial nerve nuclei and the course of their fibers within the brainstem. The functional components associated with each nucleus and with the fibers to or from that nucleus are color coded in this figure. As described in earlier chapters, a contemporary view of the functional components is based on new concepts of development and focuses on only somatic or visceral and deemphasizes the “general” and “special” designations. Recognizing that either the traditional or contemporary method may be used, the color coding in this and other figures in this chapter for nuclei and fibers is as follows: general somatic efferent (GSE) or somatic efferent (SE), red; general somatic afferent (GSA) or somatic afferent (SA), light red; special visceral efferent (SVE) or somatic efferent (SE), blue; general visceral efferent (GVE) or visceral efferent (VE), light blue; special visceral afferent (SVA) or visceral afferent (VA), green; general visceral afferent (GVA) or visceral afferent (VA), light green; and special somatic afferent (SSA) or somatic afferent (SA), gray. IC, inferior colliculus; IO, inferior olive; SC, superior colliculus. (Modified with permission from Carpenter MB, Sutin J: Human Neuroanatomy, 8th ed. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1983.)

https://clinicalgate.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/06/f14-01-9...

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