give rise to the optic nerve

Russian translation: дают начало зрительному нерву

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09:41 Jun 9, 2018
English to Russian translations [PRO]
Medical - Medical (general)
English term or phrase: give rise to the optic nerve
Retinal ganglion cells give rise to the optic nerve, the nerve which carries all visual information from the eye to the brain.
Maxim Polukhin
Local time: 11:37
Russian translation:дают начало зрительному нерву
Explanation:
Retinal ganglion cells give rise to the optic nerve, the nerve which carries all visual information from the eye to the brain.- Клетки ганглионального слоя сетчатки дают начало зрительному нерву....
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Alisher1959
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Local time: 13:37
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5 +3дают начало зрительному нерву
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дают начало зрительному нерву


Explanation:
Retinal ganglion cells give rise to the optic nerve, the nerve which carries all visual information from the eye to the brain.- Клетки ганглионального слоя сетчатки дают начало зрительному нерву....


Alisher1959
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agree  Natalie
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agree  Vladys: https://dic.academic.ru/dic.nsf/brokgauz_efron/26271/Ганглио...
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agree  Igor Andreev
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