Translation of medulla in Spanish:

medulla

médula (espinal), n.

Pronunciation: /-liː//məˈdələ//mɛˈdʌlə/

noun

  • 1

    • Chloroplasts were abundant in the secondary cortex and secondary phloem, and occurred throughout the secondary xylem rays and medulla of 3-year-old stems.
    • 1.1(of spine)

      médula (espinal) feminine
      • The medulla, or brain stem, controls or influences all of the bodily functions that you do not have to think about, like breathing, heart rate, temperature and consciousness.
      • Similar changes may be seen in the medulla and upper brain stem.
      • The brainstem consists of the midbrain, pons and medulla, structures located deep in the back of the brain.
      • The cerebrum, pons, and medulla were hypoplastic.
      • Removal of the meninges and some cranial nerve roots allow salient features of the ventral or anterior aspect of the medulla and pons to be examined more easily.

    • 1.2

      bulbo raquídeo masculine

  • 2

    Botany
    médula feminine