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Creatividad Bio- tejido nervioso

Creatividad Bio- tejido nervioso

Photograph - Pes Hipocampi Major Santiago Ramon Y Cajal by Science Source

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A cross section of a bundle of nerve fibers. Axons (orange) are wrapped in myelin (purple); an extension of the membrane of glial cells. Colored SEM.

bundle of nerves. A cross section of a bundle of nerve fibers. Axons (orange) are wrapped in myelin (purple); an extension of the membrane of glial cells. Myelin has high lipid content, and acts to.

Facial arterial blood supply

Dentaltown - The arteries of the face. Dental Anatomy and Tooth Morphology

les that Move the Forearm      These muscles are involved of flexion and extension of the forearm at the elbow joint.

Muscles that move the forearm. These muscles are involved in flexion and extension of the forearm at the elbow joint.

These are your Vertebral and Internal Carotid arteries - COMES IN A PAIR, left…

CT Scan With Contrast Showing The Vertebral And Internal Carotid Arteries.

Un retina humana se ve con los conos en el centro de la imagen, rodeado de los capilares y las células nerviosas, visto en negro.

A Human retina is seen with the cones in the middle of the image, surrounded by capillaries and nerve cells, seen in black. retina under the microscope microscopic retina photography art photo microscopy artwork

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anatomical drawing from "De humani corporis fabrica" (On the Fabric of the Human Body) by Andreas Vesalius One of the most influential books in the history of medicine.

neurosciencestuff:  Researchers turn one form of neuron into another in the brain A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head – demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain. The discovery by Paola Arlotta and Caroline Rouaux “tells you that maybe the brain is not as immutable as we always thought, because at least during an early window of time one can reprogram the…

A new finding by Harvard stem cell biologists turns one of the basics of neurobiology on its head -- demonstrating that it is possible to turn one type of already differentiated neuron into another within the brain.