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cell group
A Christian religious group that meets to study the Bible, usually in a members home.

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  • Cell group — Women s Bible study aboard the USS John F. Kennedy (CV 67). The cell group is a form of church organization tha …   Wikipedia

  • cell group —  Малая группа …   Вестминстерский словарь теологических терминов

  • Noradrenergic cell group A4 — is a group of cells exhibiting noradrenergic fluorescence that, in the rat, are located in the Tegmen ventriculi quarti (roof of the fourth ventricle) ventral to the cerebellar nuclei[1] and in the macaque are found at the edge of the lateral… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A1 — is a group of cells in the vicinity of the lateral reticular nucleus of the medullary reticular formation that label for norepinephine in primates[1] and rodents.[2] References ^ Felten DL; Sladek JR Jr. (1983). Monoamine distribution in primate… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A2 — is a group of cells in the vicinity of the dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus nerve in the medulla that label for norepinephine in primates[1] and rodents.[2] References ^ Felten DL; Sladek JR Jr. (1983). Monoamine distribution in primate brain V …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A5 — is a group of cells in the vicinity of the superior olivary complex in the pontine tegmentum that label for norepinephine in primates,[1] rodents[2] and other mammals.[3] References ^ Felten DL; Sladek JR Jr. (1983). Monoamine distribution in… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A6 — is a group of cells fluorescent for noradrenaline that are identical with the locus ceruleus as identified by Nissl stain.[1] References ^ Dahlstrom A; Fuxe K (1964). Evidence for the existence of monoamine containing neurons in the central… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A6sc — is a group of cells fluorescent for norepinephrine that are scattered in the nucleus subceruleus of the macaque.[1], [2] References ^ Felten DL; Sladek JR Jr. (1983). Monoamine distribution in primate brain V. Monoaminergic nuclei: anatomy,… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group A7 — is a group of cells fluorescent for norepinephrine that is located in the pontine reticular formation ventral to the superior cerebellar peduncle of the pons in rodents[1] and in primates.[2] References ^ Dahlstrom A; Fuxe K (1964). Evidence for… …   Wikipedia

  • Noradrenergic cell group Acg — is a group of cells fluorescent for norepinephrine that are located in the central gray of the midbrain at the level of the trochlear nucleus in the squirrel monkey (Saimiri) and to a lesser degree in the macaque.[1] References ^ Felten DL;… …   Wikipedia