amygdaloid


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Related to amygdaloid: amygdala, amygdaloid nucleus, Amygdaloid body, amygdaloid complex

a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd),
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]

amygdaloid

/amyg·da·loid/ (ah-mig´dah-loid) resembling an almond, or tonsil.

amygdaloid

(ə-mĭg′də-loid′)
n.
A volcanic rock containing many amygdules.
adj. also amygdaloidal (-loi′dl)
1. Shaped like an almond.
2. Anatomy Of or relating to the amygdala.
3. Resembling a volcanic rock that contains many amygdules.

amygdaloid

[-dəloid]
resembling a tonsil.

a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd)
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]

amygdaloid

1. Almond shaped.
2. Relating to the AMYGDALA.

a·myg·da·loid

(ă-mig'dă-loyd)
Resembling an almond or a tonsil.
[amygdala + G. eidos, appearance]
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Effects of chronic alcoholism on the amygdaloid complex: A study in human and rats.
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Long-term potentiation as a substrate for memory: Evidence from studies of amygdaloid plasticity and Pavlovian fear conditioning.
Deficits in amygdaloid cAMP responsive element binding protein signaling may play a role in genetic predisposition to anxiety and alcoholism.
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Hippocampus (CA1 and CA3), striatum (caudate putamen, CPu), anterior basolateral amygdaloid nucleus (BLA) and lateral entorhinal cortex (LEnt) were identified in the slices according to the Franklin and Paxinos (1996), with the following coordinates: inter-aural 2.