subicular

su·bic·u·lar

(sū-bik'yū-lăr, sŭ-bik'),
Relating to the subiculum.

subicular

(sŭ-bĭk′ū-lăr)
Concerning the uncinate gyrus.
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Ventral subicular interaction with the hypothalamic paraventricular nucleus: Evidence for a relay in the bed nucleus of the stria terminalis.
Hippocampal function (often via subicular output) is related to a large range of processes: behavioural inhibition, increased negative affective bias, exploration, risk assessment and various aspects of learning and memory (29).
Por su parte, el NACC recibe conexiones del hipocampo procedentes de las regiones CA1, CA2, CA3 y CA4 y del complejo subicular.
Esto podria explicar los aparentes resultados contradictorios obtenidos con lesiones hipocampales, segun el dano hubiera afectado o no selectivamente a la conexion subicular.
1999) Entorhinal but not hippocampal or subicular lesions disrupt latent inhibition in rats.
Rhizomorphs and subicular mat white, tough, extensive (binding litter up to 8 cm from basidiome base), amorphous but with distinct innate rhizomorphs up to 2 mm thick.
Basidiomata arising from widespread superficial subiculum; subiculum of indefinite area, white to off-white, thin-felty to matted, with integral and subtending rhizomorphs; rhizomorphs white, up to 1 mm thick, often flattened, branched, not discrete; subicular margin indefinite, arachnoid.
Subicular hyphae identical to rhizomorph hyphae except: 1) little crystalline incrustation produced; 2) spiculate hyphae common throughout; and 3) additional hyphal type produced as branches of deep-seated subicular hyphae; these 1-2 [micro]m diam, tightly coiled and/or with copious peg-like blunt branches, occasionaly terminating with flagellar, slender (less that 0.
surculus perfectly fits these specimens, even to the envelopment of the lower basidiome by subicular hyphae: Corner also mentioned the indefinite dimensions of the subiculum.
In addition to the hippocampal formation, theta waves have been recorded from several other structures in the brain, including the subicular complex, entorhinal cortex, perirhinal cortex, cingulate cortex and amygdala (58).
Furthermore, recent research has shown that temporary inactivation of the vestibular inputs to the hippocampus disrupts the location-specific firing of place cells and the direction specific discharge of subicular head direction cells (Stackman et al.
1999) Comparison of the timing of hippocampal and subicular spatial signals: implications for path integration.