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Keywords and Sections
ANTERIOR PILLARS
ANTERIOR CORNU
BRAINSTEM
PROCEEDS
FALX CEREBRI
LOWER PART
GASTROPOD SHELL
SPIRE
POSTERIOR END
POLAR OPPOSITE
EMBRYOS
EMBRYO
BRAIN
CORPUS CALLOSUM
ANTERIOR
TEMPORAL LOBE
NEURAL TUBE
NOTOCHORD
GASTRULATION
ORGANOGENESIS
FOREBRAIN
UNCUS
ANTERIOR END
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Definitions

  1. Its anterior end is continuous with the lower part of the head of the caudate nucleus and with the anterior perforated substance. (Web site)
  2. At its anterior end, the nerve cord becomes enlarged to form the brain.
  3. The anterior end is deeply serrated and articulates with the zygomatic bone. (Web site)
  4. It's anterior end is found towards the inside, and the posterior end is located at the skin surface. (Web site)
  5. The anterior end is used to grasp host tissues for feeding. (Web site)

Anterior Pillars

  1. Its anterior end or apex divides into two anterior pillars and its base divides into two posterior pillars.

Anterior Cornu

  1. The anterior cornu has the anterior end of the corpus striatum projecting into it. (Web site)

Brainstem

  1. Brainstem a stalk and caplike swellings at the anterior end of the spinal cord.

Proceeds

  1. They make their first appearance at the anterior end of the future callosum, so that the development of the callosum itself proceeds from before backwards. (Web site)
  2. Its anterior end presents a hilum or mouth from which proceeds the superior peduncle.

Falx Cerebri

  1. The crista galli, a midline process of the ethmoid bone, gives attachment to the anterior end of the falx cerebri.

Lower Part

  1. The lower part of its anterior end is directly continuous with the caudate nucleus internally, and with grey matter of the anterior perforated spot below.

Gastropod Shell

  1. The narrow end of the cone shell is the anterior end, and the wide end shows the usually very low spire of the gastropod shell. (Web site)

Spire

  1. The apertural end of the gastropod shell is the anterior end, the apex of the spire the posterior. (Web site)

Posterior End

  1. It extends from the posterior end of the occipital lobe to the anterior end of the temporal lobe.

Polar Opposite

  1. The polar opposite to the anterior end is the posterior end (Latin post; after). (Web site)

Embryos

  1. The embryos were stunted in length and had masses of tissues protruding from the anterior end.

Embryo

  1. In the sea urchin, the anterior end of the embryo is opposite the end of the blastopore).

Brain

  1. The Human Brain The brain of all vertebrates develops from three swellings at the anterior end of the neural canal of the embryo.
  2. At its anterior end, it becomes enlarged to form the brain.
  3. At the anterior end of the animal, the nerves branch from a dense circular nerve ring surrounding the pharynx, and serving as the brain.

Corpus Callosum

  1. There is also a glimpse of the corpus callosum at its anterior end, obtained by pulling the front lobes apart at the median line. (Web site)

Anterior

  1. The anterior end of each free edge is attached to the petrous apex and the anterior and posterior clinoid processes (Figs.

Temporal Lobe

  1. BA 38 is at the anterior end of the temporal lobe, known as the temporal pole.
  2. Stimulation of the anterior end of one temporal lobe causes movements of the head and body toward the other side.
  3. The uncinate fasciculus passes across the bottom of the lateral fissure, and unites the gyri of the frontal lobe with the anterior end of the temporal lobe.

Neural Tube

  1. The primule of the brain is formed from the anterior end of the neural tube. (Web site)

Notochord

  1. The proc- ess is carried out as if the brain were being bent about the anterior end of the notochord. (Web site)

Gastrulation

  1. As gastrulation progresses, the anterior end of the streak moves backward so that the anterior region of the embryo is formed first. (Web site)

Organogenesis

  1. After gastrulation, during neurulation and organogenesis, the anterior end begins to develop and then the posterior region begins to form.

Forebrain

  1. The forebrain (the region closest to the anterior end of the organism) shows the most variability among vertebrates. (Web site)
  2. During organogenesis, the anterior end had poor organization of neural tissue and inadequate development of the forebrain.
  3. Cells at the anterior end of the notochord eventually underlie the forebrain. (Web site)

Uncus

  1. Most of the fibers, however, pass into the uncus, the anterior end of the hippocampal gyrus, and there end in the complicated cortex of the hippocampal gyri. (Web site)

Anterior End

  1. The prosencephalon, or forebrain represents the anterior end or the neural tube.
  2. In all vertebrates the mouth is found at or right below the anterior end of the animal, while the anus opens to the exterior before the end of the body. (Web site)
  3. The anterior end of the parahippocampal gyrus turns backward and forms a medially directed bump called the uncus.

Categories

  1. Posterior End
  2. Uncus
  3. Encyclopedia of Keywords > Society > Humans > Parahippocampal Gyrus
  4. Forebrain
  5. Science > Biology > Developmental Biology > Organogenesis
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