from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Noting those bodies which form the inner or mesal walls of the anterior portion of the lateral ventricles. They are well-developed in the reptilian and amphibian brains, and are connected across the median line by the lamina terminalis.
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Rhinencephalon designates the regions which are pre-eminently olfactory in function: the olfactory bulb, its peduncle, the tuberculum olfactorium and locus perforatus, the pyriform lobe, the paraterminal body, and the whole hippocampal formation.