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How do glial cells help the brain function?

There are different types of glial cells and they each have a separate function. You have astroglia, microglia and oligodendroglia. Some are for structural integrity, some for cleaning up debris and some are used to make myelin.

What are parts of the nervous system?

The nervous system is composed of several basic cell types, including nerve cells called neurons, interstitial cells called neurolemma (cells of Schwann), satellite cells, oligodendroglia, and astroglia; and several connective-tissue cell types, including fibroblasts and microglia, blood vessels, and extracellular… Full Answer

What words begin with 'olig-'?

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What does carpe cerevisi mean?

This is not correct Latin. What is meant is probably something like carpe cerevisiam, "take/drink beer", where cerevisia was a Spanish drink made out of corn. It was probably not exactly beer, but the modern Spanish word cerveza meaning "beer"… Full Answer

How do you say culinary recipe in latin?

You could say praeceptum coquendi, "precept for cooking", or regula coquendi, "rule for cooking", or formula culinae, "kitchen formula"; I would probably pick regula coquendi, but I don't know which words the Romans normally used for a culinary recipe. No… Full Answer

Is colonel a Latin word?

Colonel is not a Latin word, but it comes from Latin columna "column", because a colonel was an officer heading a column of soldiers. The modern form probably emerged in French or Italian. No matching link found. No matching link… Full Answer

How do you do you say dessert in latin?

I'm not sure what the Romans actually used and whether they had an exact word for dessert, but I would probably use something like "sweet" or "delicious": dulcia "sweet things", or dulce "something sweet", or deliciae "delectable things". No matching… Full Answer

What is the Latin word for beloved?

You haven't given a context for this word, so it could be several things. You could use amatus/-ta/-tum "loved", or carus/-ra/-rum "dear", or carissimus/-ma/-mum "dearest, very dear", or several other words. Use -us for masculine, -a for feminine, and -um… Full Answer

What latin roots does abundant come from?

A(b)- means "away", unda means "wave"; abundare means "to flow away, flow over, to abound". The present participle is abundans, stem abundant-, "overflowing, abundant". The modern metaphorical sense was already present in the Latin verb. No matching link found. No… Full Answer

What is the latin for to be carried?

Ferri would be "to be carried, brought", the passive present infinitive. But it would be hard to use that in a sentence without knowing Latin grammar. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching… Full Answer

Latin translation for stratus?

Stratus means "spread out (past participle)", from sterno "to spread out". It can have derived meanings based on context. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No… Full Answer

What is forlorn in latin?

Depending on context, you could use desertus/-ta/-tum "abandoned", or relictus/-ta/-tum "left alone". Use -tus for masculine, -ta for feminine, and -tum for neuter. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No… Full Answer

How do you say art kings in latin?

Reges artium, "kings of the arts": you would probably use the plural of art in this sense. (Singular would be artis.) No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link found. No matching link… Full Answer