By Wolfgang Rettig
This interdisciplinary ebook offers a entire survey of the cutting-edge: from functions and tendencies in fluorescence ideas in technology to drugs and engineering. the quantity is meant for practitioners and researchers in and academia. It covers fields like environmental and fabrics technology, biology, medication, physics and chemistry. furthermore, it stories approximately new and breathtaking equipment like ultra-fast time-resolved or unmarried molecule spectroscopy, supplies examples of purposes within the fields of electroluminescent polymers, visualization of membrane potentials in neurons or fluorescence imaging of the mind are defined by way of across the world well known authors
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24. 25. 26. 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 7th cranial nerve (motor) (also the 8th cranial nerve (not shown)) 7th cranial nerve (nervus intermedius) special sensory and secretomotor Chorda tympani in middle ear Nerve to stapedius muscle Sigmoid venous sinus Mastoid process 7th cranial nerve emerging from stylomastoid foramen Posterior auricular nerve Nerve to posterior belly of digastric muscle Sty lohyoid nerve Temporal and zygomatic nerves Internal jugular vein Buccal nerve and cervical nerves Tympanic nerve (9th cranial) in tympanic canal joining tympanic plexus Internal carotid artery Tympanic plexus and branch joining the lesser superficial petrosal nerve Middle meningeal artery Posterior superior alveolar nerve Submandibular ganglion - Cell station for secretomotor fibres from chorda tympani to submandibular salivary gland and conveying taste sensation from anterior two thirds of the tongue, via lingual nerve Medial pterygoid plate Lingual nerve Mandibular nerve (sensory) (5th) Mandibular nerve (motor) (5th) Otic ganglion - Cell station for secretomotor fibres from nervus intermedius (7th) and from the 9th cranial nerve conveyed in lesser superficial petrosal nerve.
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This is the act of accommodation. Practical Anatomy and Physiology of the Eye and Orbit 39 The choroid The choroid is in contact on its inner surface with the pigment epithelium of the retina. It is entirely mesodermal except for the innermost layer, the cuticular part of the membrane of Bruch, which originates from the retinal pigment epithelium. The remainder consists of blood vessels which on the inner side form a fine network, the choriocapillaris, to nourish the outer third of the retina, while externally there are large veins leading to the vortex veins.
Applied Fluorescence in Chemistry, Biology and Medicine by Wolfgang Rettig