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The posterior lobe develops as an extension of the hypothalamus.
Its fins are separated from each other and possess posterior lobes.
The more posterior lobes are difficult to discriminate, making an accurate count difficult.
The posterior lobe is usually the larger and is termed the meron.
A few sources include the pars intermedia as part of the posterior lobe, but this is a minority view.
The intermediate lobe lies between the anterior and posterior lobes over the maxilla.
The posterior lobe of the metepimeron has a few brown hairs and the hind tibia is straight.
The infundibulum extends forward and down where it is attached to the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.
The hormone is produced by the portion of the posterior lobe nearest the anterior lobe.
Oxytocin and anti-diuretic hormone are not secreted in the posterior lobe, merely stored.
Pars intermedia is the boundary between the anterior and posterior lobes of the pituitary.
The anterior lobe loses all connection with the mouth and eventually finds itself hugging the posterior lobe.
Extracts from the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland seemed to have a powerful effect on the manner in which water was reabsorbed.
The medial zone of the anterior and posterior lobes constitutes the spinocerebellum, also known as paleocerebellum.
This explains why CCAS occurs with damage to the posterior lobe.
Short posterior lobes.
The posterior lobe thus delimited is the meron (Larsen, 1945) which is usually the larger part of the coxa.
The pituitary gland has two lobes, the anterior lobe and the posterior lobe.
Hence, the release of pituitary hormones by both the anterior and posterior lobes is under the control of the hypothalamus, albeit in different ways.
The posterior lobe of cerebellum is the portion of the cerebellum caudal to the primary fissure.
The posterior lobe contains axons of neurons that extend from the hypothalamus to which it is connected via the pituitary stalk.
This tumor is thought to be derived from the parenchymal cells of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland, the so-called pituicytes.
Neurophysins are secreted from the posterior lobe of the pituitary along with their passenger hormones, though their physiological roles are unknown.
The center of the hypostome is an ovoid, typically convex part called the median body, often divided into an anterior lobe and a posterior lobe.
The primary fissure in the vermis curves ventrolaterally to the superior surface of the cerebellum, dividing it into anterior and posterior lobes.
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