Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The fore-brain, comprising the cerebral hemispheres, corpora striata, and olfactory lobes; the pros-encephalon.
- n. anatomy The prosencephalon.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Anat.) The prosencephalon.
- pro- + cerebrum (Wiktionary)
“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.”
“This learning ability critically depends on the procerebrum, which is the higher olfactory center in the brain of the terrestrial mollusk.”
“Optic lobes: the laterals lobes of the procerebrum in which are centered the nerves supplying the organs of vision.”
“Calyx: the cap or crown of the mushroom bodies of the procerebrum: see also egg-calyx.”
“Ocular lobes: of brain = procerebrum; q.v. Ocular sclerite: the first or protocerebral segment of the head.”
“Optic ganglia: are at the sides of the procerebrum and innervate the compound eyes.”
“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.”
“Here we report a novel mode of regeneration which the slug's cognitive center, the procerebrum, shows after surgical lesioning in the adult.”
“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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