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substantia

 [sub-stan´she-ah] (L.)
substance; used in anatomic nomenclature in naming various components of body tissues or structures.
substantia al´ba white matter.
substantia gelatino´sa the substance sheathing the posterior horn of the spinal cord and lining its central canal.
substantia gri´sea gray matter.
substantia ni´gra a dark layer of gray matter separating the tegmentum of the midbrain from the crus cerebri.

sub·stance

(sŭb'stănts),
Material.
Synonym(s): substantia [TA], matter
[L. substantia, essence, material, fr. sub- sto, to stand under, be present]

substantia

/sub·stan·tia/ (sub-stan´shah) pl. substan´tiae   [L.] substance.
substantia al´ba  the white nervous tissue, constituting the conducting portion of the brain and spinal cord, composed mostly of myelinated nerve fibers.
substantia ferrugi´nea  locus caeruleus.
substantia gelatino´sa  the gelatinous-appearing cap forming the dorsal part of the posterior horn of the spinal cord.
substantia gri´sea  gray substance; the gray nervous tissue composed of nerve cell bodies, unmyelinated nerve fibers, and supportive tissue.
substantia ni´gra  the layer of gray substance separating the tegmentum of the midbrain from the crus cerebri.
substantia pro´pria 
1. the tough, fibrous, transparent main part of the cornea, between Bowman's membrane and Descemet's membrane.
2. the main part of the sclera, between the episcleral lamina and the lamina fusca.

sub·stance

(sŭb'stăns)
Material.
Synonym(s): substantia [TA] , matter.
[L. substantia, essence, material, fr. sub-sto, to stand under, be present]

substantia

pl. substantiae [L.] substance.

substantia alba
the white matter of the spinal cord and the brain.
substantia compacta
compact bone.
substantia gelatinosa
the substance sheathing the posterior horn of the spinal cord and lining its central canal.
substantia grisea
the gray matter of the spinal cord and brain.
substantia grisea centralis
the central gray matter that surrounds the cerebral aqueduct.
substantia nigra
the layer of gray substance separating the tegmentum of the midbrain from the crus cerebri.
substantia propria corneae
layer of transparent lamellated fibrous connective tissue which constitutes the bulk of the cornea; composed of collagen fibers disposed in platelike formations, fibroblasts and ground substance with many nerve fibers but no blood vessels.
substantia propria choroid
loose connective tissue of the choroid.
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De hecho, como se le dice "hijo de hombre" por el parentesco de su carne con la carne de la cual ha sido engendrado, asi se le considera tambien sin duda alguna "Hijo de Dios" por la union de su ousia con la ousia de la cual ha recibido la subsistencia>> (55).
La realidad por excelencia es la entidad individual; la materia informada, unitaria y singular, a la que Aristoteles denomina ousia o substancia primera.
In the fourth and fifth century controversies concerning the person of Christ, for example, the church confessed its faith in non-biblical, philosophical language such as hypostasis and ousia and even homoousios--words never used in the numerous biblical confessions concerning Jesus.
Estas lineas resumen centurias del desarrollo filosofico, constatando los avances y retrocesos de la ardua elaboracion que supuso la nueva nocion, que tras oscilaciones entre los conceptos de ousia, hipostasis y prosopon, llega a identificar la diferencia entre la hipostasis o persona y la ousia--substancia--o naturaleza individual.
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De su maestro Aristoteles toma el termino ousia, <<substancia>>.
Esta tesis, sumada a la mencionada identificacion entre ousia y nous, induce a pensar que este ultimo es definido como una facultad distintiva del alma, dando una respuesta al interrogante abierto en el fragmento 23.
Wesen in German philosophical writing has had strong associations with the Latin essentia and, as the Greek ousia of Aristotle's Metaphysics as well.
Substancia, do latim substantia, e antes a traducao do grego ousia (ovoia) que nos textos de Aristoteles aparece como aquilo que e sempre (presenca constante), que perdura ou preexiste, enfim, que se situa para alem de suas variacoes.
Others have queried the relation of classical doctrinal formulations to the contextualized proclamation of the Christian faith (for example, "What role does the doctrine of the Trinity play in modern missions, especially in cultures where the metaphysical descriptions ousia and hypostasis don't make sense?