Definitions

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  • n. The prosencephalon.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • n. The prosencephalon.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The fore-brain, comprising the cerebral hemispheres, corpora striata, and olfactory lobes; the pros-encephalon.

Etymologies

pro- +‎ cerebrum (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • However, memory acquired before the surgery could not be retrieved 1 month after surgery although the procerebrum had recovered from injury by this time, consistent with the notion that the procerebrum is the storage site of odor-aversion memory, or deeply involved in the memory recall process.

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  • This learning ability critically depends on the procerebrum, which is the higher olfactory center in the brain of the terrestrial mollusk.

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  • Optic lobes: the laterals lobes of the procerebrum in which are centered the nerves supplying the organs of vision.

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  • Calyx: the cap or crown of the mushroom bodies of the procerebrum: see also egg-calyx.

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  • Ocular lobes: of brain = procerebrum; q.v. Ocular sclerite: the first or protocerebral segment of the head.

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  • Optic ganglia: are at the sides of the procerebrum and innervate the compound eyes.

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  • In the present study, after a 1-month recovery period post-surgical lesioning of the procerebrum we investigated whether the brain of the slug shows recovery from damage.

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  • Here we report a novel mode of regeneration which the slug's cognitive center, the procerebrum, shows after surgical lesioning in the adult.

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  • We found that learning ability, local field potential oscillation, and the number of cells in the procerebrum (PC) all recovered spontaneously within 1 month of bilateral lesioning of the PC.

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