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  • n. Plural form of cerebellum.

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Plural of cerebellum.

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Examples

  • Indeed, onions, amoebas, and thousands upon thousands of other organisms with very large genomes do not have cerebella, which is kind of a snag for your model.

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  • The spot where the spine enters the brain is called the cerebella tonsils, which is sealed inside the skull of a normal person.

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  • Albertus, treat: a swallow's heart, dust of a dove's heart, multum valent linguae viperarum, cerebella asinorum, tela equina, palliola quibus infantes obvoluti nascuntur, funis strangulati hominis, lapis de nido Aquilae,

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  • I already have some leads on the onion, but, again, that can not involve any cerebella or Purkinje cells…

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  • What predictions does it make about the relatively invariant morphology of, for example, cerebellar granule neurons, the single most numerous class of neurons in the central nervous system, which have an almost invariant morphology in all species that have cerebella?

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  • Since Dr. Shalizi knows a few things about cerebella, it is mostly for other bloggers to mention that the Purkinje neuron of the cerebellum is usually the biggest kind of brain cell.

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  • Rene Descartes notes that there are people "whose cerebella are so troubled and clouded by the violent vapours of black bile, that they ... imagine that they have an earthenware head or are nothing but pumpkins or are made of glass."

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  • By contrast, Rene Descartes notes that there are people "whose cerebella are so troubled and clouded by the violent vapours of black bile, that they ... imagine that they have an earthenware head or are nothing but pumpkins or are made of glass."

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  • Mid-sagittal views of adult mouse cerebella with in situ hybridization images (left panels) and expression level analysis (right panels), as obtained from the Allen Brain Atlas.

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  • Astrocytes from cerebella of GFAP-GFP mice showed weaker GFP staining compared to Bergmann glia and lacked the characteristic unipolar processes of the latter.

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