copula of the pyramis
The term copula of the pyramis refers to a part of the cerebellar hemisphere in the mouse ( Paxinos-2001 ) and the rat ( Swanson-1998 ) that corresponds laterally to the pyramis of the vermis of the cerebellum. It is regarded as the rodent homolog of the 'lateral belly' of the the biventer lobule of the human ( Voogd-1990 )

Also known as: copula pyramidisNeuroNames ID : 1894

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