Traducción de lobe en Español:


lóbulo, n.

Pronunciación /loʊb//ləʊb/


  • 1

    Botánica Anatomía
    lóbulo masculino
    • The upper portion of the ascending colon lies behind the right lobe of the liver and in front of the anterior surface of the right kidney.
    • With their long, slim bodies, they can be recognised easily by the large white tip on their first dorsal fin and the upper lobe of the tail.
    • In the course of his comparative studies of the mammalian brain, Broca identified the limbic lobe.
    • This reduction in relative size would have concomitantly influenced the geometry of the relationship between the ocular lobes and the frontal lobe.
    • Its two horn-like projections, normally hanging down like lobes, were repeatedly folded in order to funnel food into its mouth.
    • In each case, microscopic examination of various lung tissue specimens from all lobes of the lung was performed.
    • Multiple diffuse, single, and confluent nodules were present in all lung fields and liver lobes.
    • What I've hopefully done is lit a spark in your brains that'll burn a tunnel from your prefrontal lobes to your medulla oblongata.
    • I might as well sell a lobe of my brain, or a chamber of my heart.
    • The temporal lobe is perhaps one of the most complex structures in the entire brain, it's certainly the most heterogenous lobe in the brain.
    • The rearmost of the four lobes is the occipital lobe, but there is no sulcus to define its limit on the lateral surface.
    • It associates these categories with particular parts of the brain - regions, lobes, and areas.
    • At right is another distinctive Newfoundland form - a disc-shaped fossil divided into irregular lobes.
    • A TMS coil was held over the visual processing areas in the right occipital-parietal lobes.
    • The enlarging lobes of the prostate create a compressive obstruction of the urethra, resulting in decreased force and caliber of the urinary stream.
    • Both twins had computer chips surgically implanted in the lobes of their brain, and a tiny computer chip stuck out just where the head met the neck.
    • A primary function of the frontal and prefrontal lobes is to inhibit responses.
    • It is characterized by a deep blue-green back, silvery sides and a white belly with black irregular spots on the back, dorsal fin and both lobes of the tail.
    • The sturgeon tail behaves mechanically as an extremely flexible sheet with flexible dorsal and ventral lobes following the central tail region.
    • Behind the ethmoid spine is a smooth surface slightly raised in the midline, and grooved on either side for the olfactory lobes of the brain.
    • The division into frontal and posterior lobes of the brain was based on the functional specialisation of these lobes.
    • He had a basal skull fracture, lacerations to his scalp, facial abrasions and contusions to both frontal cerebral lobes.
    • Examination of other organs, including the brain, showed only old scarring of the middle lobe of the right lung.
    • The results were used with a formula to measure a brain region called the medial-temporal lobe.
    • In mice, for example, the heart is on the left side, the right lung has more lobes than the left, the stomach and spleen lie to the left, and the liver has a single left lobe.
    • Funnily enough, I don't mind my own voice, it's just seeing all these bits that stick out, like noses, or big lobes on my ears… or chins.
    • The prefrontal lobe is known to be involved in pragmatic language processes and complex social cognition.
    • The inside of the fossil's skull bears an imprint of brain lobes that correspond to modern brain regions dedicated to interpreting sight and smell.
    • Certain upper lobes within the brain serve as controls for memory and learning.
    • It's divided into lobes: a large right lobe and smaller left lobe that tapers toward a tip.
    • The heart-lung block was removed, and the transplanted left lung and native right lung were divided into three lobes on each side.
    • The sulci are considerably narrower than the lobes.
    • At the level of the neck of the bladder, it enters the right lobe of the liver.
    • What effect does this asymmetrical function of the dorsal and ventral tail lobes have on patterns of water flow in the wake?
    • I've been told that dyslexics have less connections between the two lobes of the brain, instead of too many as with epileptics.
    • In the image shown in Figure 5, a triangular marker arrangement has been used on both the dorsal and ventral lobes of the tail.
    • This finding suggests a direct pressor effect in patients with normal function of the posterior lobe of the pituitary gland.
    • In these the fins have lost their lobes, and one lung has been lost and the other converted to a swim bladder.
    • But they said, they told us looking at his CAT scan that both lobes of his brain had been severed.
    • Lung transplantations may involve two lungs, a single lung, or a lobe of a lung (the lungs are divided into lobes, three in the right lung and two on the left).
  • 2ear lobe

    lóbulo (de la oreja) masculino