Hensen's cell


Hensen's cell
헨젠세포

English-Korean animal medical dictionary. 2013.

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  • cell of Hensen — cell of Hen·sen hen(t) sən n one of the supporting columnar cells between the outer hair cells and the cells of Claudius in the organ of Corti Hensen Viktor (1835 1924) German physiologist and marine biologist. Hensen did basic research on the… …   Medical dictionary

  • Cell — The basic structural and functional unit in people and all living things. Each cell is a small container of chemicals and water wrapped in a membrane. Each cell in the human body there are 100 trillion cells in each of us contains the entire… …   Medical dictionary

  • Hensen body etc. — Hen·sen body, etc. (henґsən) [Victor Hensen, German anatomist and physiologist, 1835–1924] see under body and cell; see H band and M band, under band; see primitive node, under node; and see ductus reuniens …   Medical dictionary

  • Hensen — Victor, German anatomist and physiologist, 1835–1924. See H. canal, H. cell, H. disk, H. duct, H. knot, H. line, H. node, H. stripe …   Medical dictionary

  • Hensen body — a rounded modified Golgi net under the cuticle of an outer hair cell of the organ of Corti …   Medical dictionary

  • Canalis reuniens of Hensen — The membranous labyrinth. (Canalis reuniens labeled at bottom center.) …   Wikipedia

  • List of distinct cell types in the adult human body — There are about 210 distinct human cell types,.[1][2][3] There are between 50 and 75 trillion cells in the human body.[citation needed] Cell types can be classified by their tissue of origin. However, it is possible for some cells to have their… …   Wikipedia

  • Claudius cell — Cladius Cells are considered as supporting cells within the Organ of Corti in the Cochlea. These cells extend from Hensen s cells to the spiral prominence epithelium, forming the Outer Sulcus. They are in direct contact with the endolymph of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Regional specification — In the field of developmental biology, regional specification is the process by which different areas are identified in the development of the early embryo. The process by which the cells become specified differs between organisms. Contents 1… …   Wikipedia

  • ear, human — ▪ anatomy Introduction       organ of hearing and equilibrium that detects and analyzes noises by transduction (or the conversion of sound waves into electrochemical impulses) and maintains the sense of balance (equilibrium).  The human ear, like …   Universalium

  • animal development — Introduction  the processes that lead eventually to the formation of a new animal starting from cells derived from one or more parent individuals. Development thus occurs following the process by which a new generation of organisms is produced by …   Universalium