paleopallium


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paleopallium

(păl″ē-ō-păl′ē-ŭm) [Gr. palaios, old + L. pallium, cloak]
The parts of the rhinencephalon that receive direct input from the olfactory bulb.

paleopallium

that part of the pallium (cerebral cortex) developing with the archipallium in association with the olfactory system; it is phylogenetically older and less stratified than the neopallium, and composed chiefly of the piriform cortex and parahippocampal gyrus. Called also paleocortex.
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The virus was almost always detected in the spinal cord (93%) and the neopallium (87%); often in the midbrain (83%) and pons (67%); and about half the time in the diencephalon, cerebellum, and paleopallium.