central lobe


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central lobe

The island of Reil, which forms the floor of the lateral cerebral fossa.
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Most of the positive weights in target ERP were observed in frontal and central lobe electrodes (1st and 5th row of Figure 4(a)) which was contrary to the expectation as previous research indicated positive peaks associated with target event were mostly observed in parietal or occipital lobe [41,42].
First, we observed that anti-[G[alpha].sub.s] labeled large (20-40 [micro]m in width) cells in the dorsal central lobes that appear to be neurons that each have a single large neurite branching from them (Fig.
2F); membranous lobes lateral to medial sclerites with dense, not well-sclerotized, triangular spines; distal central lobe posterior to paired sclerites with central area with dense area of long, hair-like microtrichia (Fig.
Also, the proportions of the labellum in taxa of the complex are distinctive, since the central lobe width and the length across the spread lateral lobes are of about the same dimensions (Fig.

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