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Schematic summary of courses and terminations of the dorsal longitudinal fasciculus (FLD). The small black round points show site of lesion. AH, anterior hypothalamic nucleus; AL, nucleus dorsalis vagi; AMB, nucleus ambiguus; CA. anterior commissure; CC, corpus callosum; CHOP, optic chiasm; COLI, inferior colliculus; COLS, superior colliculus; CMT, medial central nucleus; CP, posterior commissure; D, nucleus of Darkschewitsch; DM, dorsomedial hypothalamic nucleus; EW, nucleus of Edinger-Westphal; FLD,dorsal longitudinal fasciculus; HIP, hippocampus; HL, lateral habenularnucleus; HM, medial hypothalamic nucleus; IC, nucleus intercalatus Staderini; IS, interstitialnucleusof Cajal; IP, interpeduncular nucleus; LAM, nucleus laminaris (pars anterior); LI, nucleus of locus incertus; ML, lateral mamillary nucleus; MM, medial mamillary nucleus; PH, posterior hypothalamic nucleus; PMD, dorsal premamillary nucleus; PMV, ventral premamillary nucleus; PRH, nucleus prepositus hypoglossi; PVA, anterior paraventricular nucleus; PVP, posterior paraventricular nucleus; RE, nucleus reuniens; RVM, subnucleus reticularis ventralis medullae oblongatae; SG, nucleus supragenualis; SM, supramamillary nucleus; SOL, nucleus tractus solitarii; STPV, hypothalamic periventricular stratum; TD, dorsal tegmental nucleus of Gudden; VM, ventromedial hypothalamic nucleus; 111, oculomotor nucleus; IV, trochlear nucleus; VI, abducens nucleus; VII, facial nucleus; VIIIL, VIIIM and VIIIS, lateral, medial and superior vestibular nuclei ; XII, hypoglossal nucleus.
From these results, we made it clear that the hypothalamic conditioning was also possible in the interoceptive reaction. F U N C T I O N O F THE P R E O P T I C A N D S E P T A L AREAS The preoptic area belongs to the telencephalon and is closely related to the hypothalamus morphologically (Ban, 1963, 1964b) and functionally. The boundary between the hypothalamus and the preoptic area is not distinct. , the lateral preoptic area, the medial preoptic area and the preoptic periventricular stratum which is in contact with the ependymal layer of the third ventricle (Fig.
Correlative Neurosciences: Fundamental Mechanisms by T. Tokizane, J.P. Schade