anonymous
  • anonymous
what is the english translation for the spanish word, "nefrones"
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anonymous
  • anonymous
nephron, i had the same question about a week ago (but with swedish word Nefrone.)
anonymous
  • anonymous
in spanish: nefronas
anonymous
  • anonymous
this is the translation that i seek, "...que el dolex daƱa los nefrones" in english, "...that the dolex damages the ________" all assistance appreciated.

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anonymous
  • anonymous
One really easy way to translate a lot of scientific terms is to go to Wikipedia, find the article about e.g. "nefrones" (in your language), and then click on e.g. English in the language menu on the left. I use this strategy a lot to translate between German and English when I really don't understand something and my dictionary isn't helping.
anonymous
  • anonymous
thanks "calliope!" The nephron (also nephron) is the basic structural and functional unit of the kidney.

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