VIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hebel and Stromberg 1986.
Abducens nerve
Rat
VI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Glicksmann 1980.
Abducens nucleus
Rat
VI_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the remaining part of the abducens nucleus after eliminating the accesory abducens nucleus
Abducens nucleus proper
Rat
ACVI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Szekely and Matesz 1982.
Accesory abducens nucleus
Rat
ACVII
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Szekeley and Matesz 1982.
Accessory facial nucleus
Rat
AOB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Accessory olfactory bulb
Rat
AOBgl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Accessory olfactory bulb, glomerular layer
Rat
AOBgr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Accessory olfactory bulb, granular layer
Rat
AOBmi
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Accessory olfactory bulb, mitral layer
Rat
aot
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hayhow et al 1960, Terubayashi and Fujisawa 1984.
Accessory optic tract
Rat
XIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brichta et al. 1987.
Accessory spinal nerve
Rat
AI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Cechetto and Saper 1987.
Agranular insular area
Rat
AId
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977.
Agranular insular area dorsal part
Rat
AIp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977.
Agranular insular area posterior part
Rat
AIv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977.
Agranular insular area ventral part
Rat
alv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Alveus of fornix
Rat
CA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ammon Horn
Rat
AMY
2002-08-06
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Amygdala
Rat
amc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Amygdalar capsule
Rat
apd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Ansa peduncularis
Rat
AN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule
Rat
ANcr1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 1
Rat
ANcr1-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 1 sublobule a
Rat
ANcr1-b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 1 sublobule b
Rat
ANcr1-c
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 1 sublobule c
Rat
ANcr1-d
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 1 sublobule d
Rat
ANcr2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 2
Rat
ANcr2-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 2 sublobule a
Rat
ANcr2-b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Ansiform lobule crus 2 sublobule b
Rat
AAA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior amygdaloid area
Rat
ACA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977, Vogt and Peters 1981.
Anterior cingulate area
Rat
ACAd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior cingulate area dorsal part
Rat
ACAv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior cingulate area ventral part
Rat
aco
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925, Haberly and Price 1978b.
Anterior commissure, olfactory limb
Rat
act
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior commissure, temporal limb
Rat
ATN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior group of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
AHA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic area
Rat
AHA_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the anterior hypothalamic area outside of the classical substructures. See the atlas for details.
Anterior hypothalamic area proper
Rat
AHNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic central part
Rat
AHNd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic dorsal part
Rat
AHN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic nucleus
Rat
AHNa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic nucleus anterior part
Rat
AHNp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior hypothalamic posterior part
Rat
VISlla
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior laterolateral visual area
Rat
AON
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This nucleus is an area of the olfactory cortex, with molecular layer (1) and a pyramidal layer (2), except for the external part, the divisions are baased on position, not architecture (see Haberly and Price 1978b).
Anterior olfactory nucleus
Rat
AONd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus dorsal part
Rat
AONd1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus dorsal part molecular layer
Rat
AONd2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus dorsal part pyramidal layer
Rat
AONe
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus external part
Rat
AONe1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus external part molecular layer
Rat
AONe2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus external part pyramidal layer
Rat
AONl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus lateral part
Rat
AONl1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus lateral part molecular layer
Rat
AONl2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus lateral part pyramidal layer
Rat
AONm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus medial part
Rat
AONm1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus medial part molecular layer
Rat
AONm2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus medial part pyramidal layer
Rat
AONpv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus posteroventral part
Rat
AONpv1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus posteroventral part molecular layer
Rat
AONpv2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterior olfactory nucleus posteroventral part pyramidal layer
Rat
PVa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
APN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Scalia 1972.
Anterior pretectal nucleus
Rat
AT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Paxinos and Butcher 1985.
Anterior tegmental nucleus
Rat
AD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterodorsal nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
ADP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anterodorsal preoptic nucleus
Rat
VISal
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anterolateral visual area
Rat
AM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteromedial nucleus of thalamus
Rat
AMd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteromedial nucleus of thalamus dorsal part
Rat
AMv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteromedial nucleus of thalamus ventral part
Rat
VISam
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Anteromedial visual area
Rat
AV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteroventral nucleus of thalamus
Rat
AVPV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteroventral periventricular nucleus
Rat
AVP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Anteroventral preoptic nucleus
Rat
arb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Williams et al. 1989.
Arbor vitae
Rat
ARH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Arcuate nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
AP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Shapiro and Miselis 1985a.
Area postrema
Rat
AUD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Sally and Kelly 1988, Kelly and Sally 1988, Arnault and Roger 1990.
Auditory areas
Rat
B
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Imaki et al 1991.
Barrington nucleus
Rat
BN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Cajal 1995.
Basal nucleus of the dorsal horn
Rat
BLA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1978. The basolateral complex of the amygdala is included here because it develops just superficial to the extrenal capsule, which has been misidentified in the region of the amygdala (see atlas levels 24-31). What we have called the amygdalar capsule is a fiber tract along the lateral border of this complex, and we suggest it is part of a fiber syste within, and lateral to (for example, the extreme capsule) the subplate or deep cortex.
Basolateral nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
BLAa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Basolateral nucleus of the amygdala anterior part
Rat
BLAp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Basolateral nucleus of the amygdala posterior part
Rat
BMA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to de Olmos et al. 2985, Canteras et al. 1992, Petrovich et al. 1996.
Basomedial nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
BMAa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Basomedial nucleus of the amygdala anterior part
Rat
BMAp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Basomedial nucleus of the amygdala posterior part
Rat
BST
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis
Rat
BSTad
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterior division anterodorsal area
Rat
BSTal
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis anterolateral area
Rat
BSTp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division
Rat
BSTsz
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division cell-sparse zone
Rat
BSTd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division dorsal nucleus
Rat
BSTif
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division interfascicular nucleus
Rat
BSTpm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division premedullary nucleus
Rat
BSTpr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division principal nucleus
Rat
BSTse
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division strial extension
Rat
BSTtr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminalis posterior division transverse nucleus
Rat
BSTa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division
Rat
BSTav
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division anteroventral area
Rat
BSTdl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division dorsolateral nucleus
Rat
BSTdm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division dorsomedial nucleus
Rat
BSTfu
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division fusiform nucleus
Rat
BSTmg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division magnocellular nucleus
Rat
BSTv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals anterior division ventral nucleus
Rat
BSTju
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals juxtacapsular nucleus
Rat
BSTov
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals oval nucleus
Rat
BSTrh
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nuclei of the stria terminals rhomboid nucleus
Rat
BA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nucleus of the accessory olfactory part
Rat
BAC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Bed nucleus of the anterior commissure
Rat
bic
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Zeman and Innes 1963.
Brachium of the inferior colliculus
Rat
bsc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Optic tract fibers that continune on past the lateral geniculate complex.
Brachium of the superior colliculus
Rat
Br
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
One of the two subdivisions of the rat CNS
Brain
Rat
BS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem
Rat
BS-M
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor
Rat
BS (Mot-EP)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Extrapyramidal
Rat
BS (mot-Eye)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Eye
Rat
BS (Mot-Face)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Face
Rat
BS (mot-Jaw)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Jaw
Rat
BS (Mot-Laby)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Labyrinth
Rat
BS (Mot-Neck)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Neck
Rat
BS (Mot-P-L-E)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Pharynx-Larynx-Esophagus
Rat
BS (Mot-Tongue)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Tongue
Rat
BS (Mot-Visc)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Motor, Viscera
Rat
BS(S)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory
Rat
BS(Sens-Aud)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory, Auditory
Rat
BS(Sens-Gust-Visc)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory, Gustatory-Visceral
Rat
BS(Sens-SS)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory, Somatosensory
Rat
BS(Sens-Vest)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory, Vestibular
Rat
BS(Sens-Vis)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Brainstem, Sensory, Visual
Rat
bct
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Bulbocerebellar tract
Rat
CMVE
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Caudal medullary velum
Rat
CP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Caudoputamen
Rat
CEC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Matsushita and Hosoya 1979, Matsushita et al. 1991.
Central cervical nucleus
Rat
CGB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
It is often thought that this region is continuous with the periventricular parts of the interbrain (see Krieg 1932, Sutin 1966).
Central gray of the brain
Rat
CGS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Nahin et al. 1983.
Central gray of the spinal cord
Rat
CL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central lateral nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
CLI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Castaldi 1923, Brown 1943 (intermediate linear nucleus), Swanson 1982.
Central linear nucleus raphe
Rat
CENT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule
Rat
CENT2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule II
Rat
CENT3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule III
Rat
CENT3a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule III sublobule a
Rat
CENT3b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule III sublobule b
Rat
CENT2a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule II sublobule a
Rat
CENT2b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Central lobule, lobule II sublobule b
Rat
CM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central medial nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
CEA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central nucleus of amygdala
Rat
CEAc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central nucleus of amygdala capsular part
Rat
CEAl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central nucleus of amygdala lateral part
Rat
CEAm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Central nucleus of amygdala medial part
Rat
ctb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Accroding to Bebin 1956.
Central tegmental bundle
Rat
cbc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Voogd 1995, Voogd et al. 1996.
Cerebellar commissure
Rat
CBX
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Larsell 1952, 1970, Palay and Chan-Palay 1974, Voogd et al. 1985. The cerebellar cortex has three layers: molecular (CBXm), Purkinje (CBXp), and granule cell (CBXg). The surface map provided by Campbell and Armstrong (1983) was particularly useful in constructing the flatmap. Note that the brain used for this atlas had one apparently unsual feature in the cerebellum (not illustrated in the above references): a very large fissure that we have called the pyramidal fissure (atlas levels 64-70).
Cerebellar cortex
Rat
cbp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Voogd 1995, Voogd et al. 1996.
Cerebellar peduncles
Rat
CB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Cerebellum
Rat
AQ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Cerebral aqueduct
Rat
AQc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Cerebral aqueduct collicular recess
Rat
SCO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Cerebral aqueduct subcommissural organ
Rat
cpd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Cerebral peduncle
Rat
cett
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Giesler et al 1988.
Cervicothalamic tract
Rat
cing
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According Krieg 1947, White 1959.
Cingulum bundle
Rat
CLA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977, 1978.
Claustrum
Rat
cVIIIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970, Webster 1985.
Cochlear nerve
Rat
CN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970, Osen et al. 1985, Webster 1985.
Cochlear nuclei
Rat
fx
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Columns of the fornix
Rat
cic
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fay-Lund and Osen 1985.
Commissure of the inferior colliculus
Rat
csc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Bucher and Nauta 19854, Jen and Au 1986.
Commissure of the superior colliculus
Rat
COPY
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Copula pyramidis
Rat
COPYa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Copula pyramidis sublobule a
Rat
COPYb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Copula pyramidis sublobule b
Rat
cc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corpus callosum
Rat
fa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corpus callosum anterior forceps
Rat
ec
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corpus callosum external capsule
Rat
ee
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corpus callosum extreme capsule
Rat
fp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corpus callosum posterior forceps
Rat
CSTR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to
Graybiel and Ragsdale 1979.
Corpus striatum
Rat
COA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Cortical nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
COAa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to de Olmos et al. 1985.
Cortical nucleus of the amygdala anterior part
Rat
COAp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Canteras et al 1992a.
Cortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part
Rat
COApl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Cortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part lateral zone
Rat
COApm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Cortical nucleus of the amygdala posterior part medial zone
Rat
cbt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corticobulbar tract
Rat
cpt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corticopontine tract
Rat
crt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corticorubral tract
Rat
cst
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corticospinal tract
Rat
cte
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Corticotectal tract
Rat
CSN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Cranial & Spinal Nerves (&Related)
Rat
tspc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Crossed tectospinal pathway
Rat
CUL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Culmen
Rat
CUL4
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Culmen lobule IV
Rat
CUL5
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Culmen lobule V
Rat
cuf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Cuneate fascicle
Rat
CU
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Cliffer and Gesler 1989, Maslany et al. 1991.
Cuneate nucleus
Rat
CUN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Castaldi 1926, Olszewski and Baxter 1954, Swanson et al. 1984.
Cuneiform nucleus
Rat
cct
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Massopust et al. 1985.
Cuneocerebellar tract
Rat
DEC-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Declive, sublobule a
Rat
DEC-b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Declive, sublobule b
Rat
DEC-c
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Declive, sublobule c
Rat
DEC-D
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Declive, sublobule d
Rat
DEC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Declive (VI)
Rat
IVd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Decussation of the trochlear nerve
Rat
DNC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Korneliussen 1968, Voogd et al. 1985.
Deep cerebellar nuclei
Rat
DG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus
Rat
DGcr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus crest
Rat
DGcr-sg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus crest granule cell layer
Rat
DGcr-mo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus crest molecular layer
Rat
DGcr-po
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus crest polymorph layer
Rat
DGlb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus lateral blade
Rat
DGlb-sg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus lateral blade granule cell layer
Rat
DGlb-mo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus lateral blade molecular layer
Rat
DGlb-po
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus lateral blade polymorph layer
Rat
DGmb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus medial blade
Rat
DGmb-sg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus medial blade granule cell layer
Rat
DGmb-mo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus medial blade molecular layer
Rat
DGmb-po
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate gyrus medial blade polymorph layer
Rat
DN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate nucleus
Rat
DNp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dentate nucleus parvicellular part
Rat
DN_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the dentate nucleus from which the parvicellular part is excluded.
Dentate nucleus proper
Rat
dscp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Caughell and Flummerfelt 1977.
Descussation of the scp
Rat
tspd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Direct tectospinal pathway
Rat
IOda
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dorsal accessory olive
Rat
das
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970.
Dorsal acoustic stria
Rat
AUDd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Azizi et al. 1985, Sally and Kelly 1988, Kelly and Sally 1988.
Dorsal auditory areas
Rat
DCO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970, Osen et al. 1985, Webster 1985.
Dorsal coclear nucleus
Rat
DCN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956, Nord 1967.
Dorsal column nuclei
Rat
dc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Cliffer and Giesler 1989.
Dorsal columns
Rat
DOL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hancock and Peveto 1979.
Dorsal commissural nucleus
Rat
dcm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dorsal commissure of the spinal cord
Rat
df
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal fornix
Rat
dhc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal hippocampal commissure
Rat
ab
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal hippocampal commissure angular bundle
Rat
DH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
The basic subdivision of the dorsal hron of the spinal cord used by Cajal (1995) has been adopted here. He divided the base of the dorsal horn into medial and lateral basal nuclei (together called the BDG here), whereas his head and neck (center) of the dorsal horn has come to be referred to as the nucleus proprius (see Carpenter and Sutin 1983), the reticular nucleus (process) is found lateral to the nucleus proprius (see Rexed 1952).
Dorsal horn of the spinal cord
Rat
dlf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Nauta and Haymaker 1969.
Dorsal longitudinal fascicle
Rat
DMX
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fox and Powley 1985, Norgren and Smith 1988, Altshuler et al. 1991.
Dorsal motor nucleus of the vagus nerve
Rat
DSN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Matsushita and Hosoya 1979.
Dorsal nucleus of the spinal cord
Rat
DSNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Edgley and Grant 1991.
Dorsal nucleus of the spinal cord caudal part
Rat
DR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brown 1943, Valverde 1962, Descarries et al. 1982, Park 1987.
Dorsal nucleus raphe
Rat
LGd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal part of the lateral geniculate complex
Rat
PMd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal premammillary nucleus
Rat
drt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Waibl 1973, Hebel and Stromberg 1986, Neuhuber and Zenker 1989, Arvidsson and Pfaller 1990, Rivero-Melian and Grant 1990, Silverman and Kruger 1990, LaMotte et al. 1991.
Dorsal roots
Rat
sctd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Yamada et al. 1991.
Dorsal spinocerebellar tract
Rat
dtd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Dorsal tegmental decussation
Rat
DTN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Cowan 1964,Hayakawa ans Zyo 1983.
Dorsal tegmental nucleus
Rat
dtt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Lindvall and Bjorklund 1984.
Dorsal tegmental tract
Rat
DT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hayhow et al 1960, Terubayashi and Fujisawa 1984, Giolli et al. 1989.
Dorsal terminal nucleus of the accessory optic tract
Rat
DOR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsal Thalamus
Rat
dl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Chung et al. 1987.
Dorsolateral fascicle
Rat
DMH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
DMHa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus anterior part
Rat
DMHp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus posterior part
Rat
DMHv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Dorsomedial nucleus of the hypothalamus ventral part
Rat
ECT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krieg 1946a, b, Miller and Vogt 1984, see note 40.
Ectorhinal area
Rat
EW
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Loewy et al. 1978, Martin and Dolivo 1983.
Edinger-Westphal nucleus
Rat
ECO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to White and Warr 1983, Vetter et al. 1991, Vetter and Mugnaini 1992.
Efferent cochlear group
Rat
cvb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Strutz 1982, White and Warr 1983, Osen et al. 1984.
Efferent cochleovestibular bundle
Rat
EV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Strutz 1982.
Efferent vesstibular nucleus
Rat
EP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1978. This nucleus appears to form the olfactory component of the claustrum, deep to the piriform area (see also Gurdjian 1928).
Endopiriform nucleus
Rat
EPd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Endopiriform nucleus dorsal part
Rat
EPv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Endopiriform nucleus ventral part
Rat
ENT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Entorhinal area
Rat
ENTl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Entorhinal area, lateral part
Rat
ENTl1-6
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Entorhinal area, lateral part layers 1-6
Rat
ENTm1-6
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Entorhinal area medial part, dorsal zone layers 1-6
Rat
ENTMv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Entorhinal area medial part, ventral zone
Rat
EPI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Epithalamus
Rat
ECU
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According Campbell et al. 1974.
External cuneate nucleus
Rat
esp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Extrapyramidal fiber systems
Rat
esp(bg)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Extrapyramidal fiber systems, basal-nuclei related
Rat
Viin
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Martin et al. 1977, Hebel and Stromberg 1986.
Facial nerve
Rat
VII
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Martin et al. 1977, Watson et al. 1982, Friauf and Herbert 1985, Friauf 1986.
Facial nucleus
Rat
VII_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the remaining part of the facial nucleus eafter eliminating the accessory facial nucleus. Refer to Atlas plates 52-55.
Facial nucleus_proper
Rat
fr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925, Herkenham and Nauta 1979, Contestabile et al. 1987.
Fasciculus retroflexus
Rat
FC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hjorth-Simonsen 1972.
Fasciola cinerea
Rat
FN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Fastigial nucleus
Rat
CA1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1
Rat
CA1sp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 pyramidal layer
Rat
CA1spd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 pyramidal layer, deep
Rat
CA1sps
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 pyramidal layer, superficial
Rat
CA1slm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 stratum lacunosum-moleculare
Rat
CA1so
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 stratum oriens
Rat
CA1sr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA1 stratum radiatum
Rat
CA2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA2
Rat
CA2sp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA2 pyramidal layer
Rat
CA2slm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA2 stratum lacunosum-moleculare
Rat
CA2so
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA2 stratum oriens
Rat
CA2sr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA2 stratum radiatum
Rat
CA3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA3
Rat
CA3sp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA3 pyramidal layer
Rat
CA3slm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA3 stratum lacunosum-moleculare
Rat
CA3slu
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA3 stratum lucidum
Rat
CA3so
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Field CA3 stratum oriens
Rat
FF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fields of Forel
Rat
fi
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fimbria
Rat
FL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Flocculus
Rat
FOTU
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Folium-tuber vermis (VII)
Rat
FB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Definitions of the cerebrum have changed over the
years, at one time it referred to the netire brain (that part of the
CNS within the cranium). The term now commonly (though not universally)
refers to the cerebral hemispheres or endbrain, that part of the cerebral hemispheres
refers to the cerebral hemispheres or endbrain, that part of the neural rtube
derived from the lateral ventricular neuroepithelium. Based on the
embryological data reviewed in Alvarez-Bolado et al. (1995) and Alvarez-Bolado and Swanson(1996),
the cerebrum contains two major subdivisions: cerebral cortex and basal
nuclei or ganglia. Note that the term amygdala and septal region no
longer appears as major subdivisions of the endbrain, they are
arbitrarily defined regions that contain heterogeneous nuclei and/or
cortical areas
Forebrain
Rat
fxs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fornix system
Rat
V4
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fourth ventricle
Rat
LAP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fourth ventricle lateral aperture
Rat
V4r
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fourth ventricle lateral recess
Rat
MAP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fourth ventricle median aperture
Rat
FS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Fundus of the striatum
Rat
GENd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Geniculate group of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
ccg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Genu of corpus callosum
Rat
gVIIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Genu of the facial nerve
Rat
GRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949.
Gigantocellular reticular nucleus
Rat
GP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Globus pallidus
Rat
GP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Globus pallidus
Rat
GPl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Globus pallidus lateral segment
Rat
GPm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Globus pallidus medial segment
Rat
IXn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Contreras et al. 1980, Hebel and Stromberg 1986, Fukusawa et al. 1991.
Glossopharyngeal nerve
Rat
grf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Gracile fascicle
Rat
GR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gulley 1973, Cliffer and Giesler 1989, Maslany et al. 1991.
Gracile nucleus
Rat
GRm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kempray and Webster 1989.
Gracile nucleus median part
Rat
GR_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the gracile nucleus outside of the median part. See Level 73.
Gracile nucleus proper
Rat
CNIam
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mugnaini et al. 1980.
Granular lamina of the cochlear nuclei
Rat
GU
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kosar et al. 1986, Cechetto and Saper 1987.
Gustatory areas
Rat
hbc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925.
Habenular commisure
Rat
HEM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Hemispheric regions
Rat
hc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Hippocampal commissures
Rat
HPF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Hippocampal formation
Rat
HIP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Hippocampal region
Rat
XIIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Muntener et al. 1980.
Hypoglossal nerve
Rat
XII
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kramer et al. 1979, Jacquin et al. 1983, Kitamura et al. 1983.
Hypoglossal nucleus
Rat
hht
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swanson 1987.
Hypothalamohypophysial tract
Rat
HY
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Hypothalamus
Rat
IG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Wyss and Sripanidkulchai 1983 (see note 12).
Induseum griseum
Rat
icp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Voogd 1995, Voogd et al. 1996.
Inferior cerebellar peduncle
Rat
IC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fay-Lund and Osen 1985.
Inferior colliculus
Rat
ICc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Inferior colliculus central nucleus
Rat
ICd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Inferior colliculus dorsal nucleus
Rat
ICe
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Inferior colliculus external nucleus
Rat
IO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Azizi and Woodward 1987, Nelson and Mugnaini 1988, Bourrat and Sotelo 1991.
Inferior olivary complex
Rat
ISN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Contreras et al. 1980.
Inferior salivatory nucleus
Rat
ICB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fredrickson and Trune 1986.
Infracerebellar nucleus
Rat
ILA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price, Vogt and Peters 1981.
Infralimbic area
Rat
IAD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Interanterodorsal nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
IAM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Interanteromedial nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
IA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Intercalated nuclei of the amygdala
Rat
ICS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Petras and Cummings 1972, Barber et al. 1991.
Intercalated nucleus of the spinal cord
Rat
IF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968, Phillipson 1979.
Interfascicular nucleus raphe
Rat
IGL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Intergeniculate leaflet of the lateral geniculate complex
Rat
ias
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Zeman and Innes 1963, Harrison and Feldman 1970, Adams and Warr 1976.
Intermediate acoustic stria
Rat
IH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Cajaal (1995) essentially divided the intermediate gray into medial, intermediate and lateral parts (the commissural nucleus, intermediate nucleus, and nucleus of the lateral funiculus, respectively).
Intermediate Gray of the Spinal Cord
Rat
iVIIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Contreras et al. 1980, Hebel and Stromberg 1986.
Intermediate nerve
Rat
PVI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Intermediate periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
IMD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Intermediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
IML
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Rubin and Purves 1980, Mawe et al. 1986, Strack et al. 1988, Anderson et al. 1989, Barber et al. 1991, Hosoya et al. 1991.
Intermediolateral column of the spinal cord
Rat
IMLp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Intermediolateral column of the spinal cord parasympathetic column
Rat
IMLs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Intermediolateral column of the spinal cord sympathetic column
Rat
VISli
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Intermediolateral visual area
Rat
IMM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Petras and Cummings 1972, Molander et al. 1984, Brichta and Grant 1985, Molander et al. 1989.
Intermediomedial column of the spinal cord
Rat
iaf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Internal arcuate fibers
Rat
int
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Internal capsule
Rat
IPN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Groenewegen et al. 1986.
Interpeduncular nucleus
Rat
IPNa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus apical subnucleus
Rat
IPNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus central subnucleus
Rat
IPNd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus dorsomedial subnucleus
Rat
IPNi
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus intermediate subnucleus
Rat
IPNl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus lateral subnucleus
Rat
IPNld
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus lateral subnucleus dorsal part
Rat
IPNli
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus lateral subnucleus intermediate part
Rat
IPNlr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus lateral subnucleus rostral part
Rat
IPNlv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus lateral subnucleus ventral part
Rat
IPNr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interpeduncular nucleus rostral subnucleus
Rat
IP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interposed nucleus
Rat
IPp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Interposed nucleus parvicellular part
Rat
IP_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the interposed nucleus from which the parvicellular part is excluded.
Interposed nucleus proper
Rat
INC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Rutherford and Gwyn 1982.
Interstitial nucleus of Cajal
Rat
IAN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970, Merchan et al. 1988.
Interstitial nucleus of the auditory nerve
Rat
INV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mehler and Rubertone 1985
Interstitial nucleus of the vestibular nerve
Rat
IVF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Interventricular foramen
Rat
ILM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Intralaminar nuclei of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
isl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Islands of Calleja
Rat
ISO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
The cerebral cortex has been divided into areas
that may(isocortical) or may not (allocortical) be fitted into a basic six-layered scheme (Vogt and Vogt 1919), numbered 1-6 here. These terms are preferred to the equivalent homotypical and heterotypical of the
Vogt pupil, Brodmann (1909), and to the terms neocortical, archicortical, and paleocortical (Ariens Kappers 1909)
all of which imply unsubstantiated phylogenetic and ontogenetic
attributes (see Lorente de No 1934, Ebbeson 1980). The olfactory cortex
(including superficial parts of the amygdala) and hippocampal formation
form the allocortex, as interpreted here. A traditional approach to naming
cortical areas, based on Brodmann work and ultimately general to all
mammals, has been adapted here. For another scheme, idiosyncratic to the rat,
see Zilles and Wree (1995). Names of the 6 isocortical layers from superficial
to deep, would include: 1. molecular layer, 2. superficial supragranular
layer, 3. deep supragranular layer, 4. granular layer, 5.
infragranular pyramidal layer, and 6. polymorph layer
Isocortex
Rat
jrb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Voogd 1995, Voogd et al. 1996.
Juxtarestiform body
Rat
KF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Kolliker-Fuse subnucleus
Rat
LCN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Baker and Giesler 1984, Giesler et al. 1988, Broman and Blomqvist 1989.
Lateral cervical nucleus
Rat
LD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral dorsal nucleus of thalamus
Rat
lfbs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral forebrain bundle system
Rat
LG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral geniculate complex
Rat
LAT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral group of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
LH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral habenula
Rat
LHA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral hypothalamic area
Rat
II
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fay-Lund and Osen 1985.
Lateral lemniscus
Rat
LM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral mammillary nucleus
Rat
LA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1978. The basolateral complex of the amygdala is included here because it develops just superficial to the extrenal capsule, which has been misidentified in the region of the amygdala (see atlas levels 24-31). What we have called the amygdalar capsule is a fiber tract along the lateral border of this complex, and we suggest it is part of a fiber syste within, and lateral to (for example, the extreme capsule) the subplate or deep cortex.
Lateral nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
lot
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925.
Lateral olfactory tract
Rat
lotd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Switzer et al. 1985.
Lateral olfactory tract dorsal limb
Rat
LP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral posterior nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
LPO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral preoptic area
Rat
LRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kapogianis et al. 1982a, b.
Lateral reticular nucleus
Rat
LRNm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Lateral reticular nucleus magnocellular part
Rat
LRNp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Lateral reticular nucleus parvicellular part
Rat
LS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral septal nucleus
Rat
LSv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral septal nucleus ventral part
Rat
LSd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral septum dorsal part
Rat
LSi
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral septum intermediate part
Rat
LSN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Giesler and Elde 1985, Burstein et al. 1987, Broman and Blomqvist 1989.
Lateral spinal nucleus
Rat
sttl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Giesler et al. 1981.
Lateral spinothalamic tract
Rat
LTN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
We have applied this name to a distinguishable cell group between the locus coeruleus and Barrington nucleus that receives circumscribed inputs from the lateral hypothalamic area (Kelly 1995) and central nucleus of the amygdala (Petrovich and Swanson 1997).
Lateral tegmental nucleus
Rat
LT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hayhow et al 1960, Terubayashi and Fujisawa 1984, Giolli et al. 1989.
Lateral terminal nucleus of the accessory optic tract
Rat
LV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral ventricle
Rat
LAV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Lateral vestibular nucleus
Rat
LZ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Lateral zone of the hypothalamus
Rat
LDT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gillilan 1943, Cornwall et al. 1990.
Laterodorsal tegmental nucleus
Rat
LDT_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the laterordorsal tegmental nucleus which is not included in the sublaterodorsal nucleus. See the Atlas levels 45-50.
Laterodorsal tegmental nucleus proper
Rat
VISll
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Laterolateral visual area
Rat
LIN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Watson and Switzer 1978. Based on connections (Watson and Switzer 1978), cytology and topology, these cells are reminiscent of a bridge of LRN cells over the rostral end of the nucleus ambiguus.
Linear nucleus of the medulla
Rat
LING
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Lingula (l)
Rat
LC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swanson 1976b.
Locus coeruleus
Rat
LC_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
That part of the locus coeruleus which is not included in the subcoeruleus nucleus.
Locus coeruleus proper
Rat
MA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This nucleus comes as close to a basal nucleus of Meynert as anything in the rat. Cholinergic neurons here innervate preferentially in the olfactory bulb. Whether it is in fact of the preoptic hypothalamus, derived from third ventricular neuroepithelium, is doubtful. See Swanson 1976a; Rye et al. 1984 and notes 62 and 64.
Magnocellular preoptic nucleus
Rat
MARN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968, Newman 1985a, b. This appears to be a ventromedial extension of the gigantocellular reticular nucleus.
Magnocellular reticular nucleus
Rat
MOB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925, Shipley et al. 1996
Main olfactory bulb
Rat
MOBgl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Main olfactory bulb, glomerular layer
Rat
MOBgr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Main olfactory bulb, granule layer
Rat
MOBipl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Main olfactory bulb, inner plexiform layer
Rat
MOBmi
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Main olfactory bulb, mitral layer
Rat
MOBopl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Main olfactory bulb, outer plexiform layer
Rat
islm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Major island of Calleja
Rat
MBO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Mammillary body
Rat
mp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1927, Cowan et al. 1964, Shibata 1987.
Mammillary peduncle
Rat
mtg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Allen and Hopkins 1990.
Mammillotegmental tract
Rat
mtt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1927, Cruce 1975, Seki and Zyo 1984.
Mammillothalamic tract
Rat
MZ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Lima and Coimbra 1986, Holstege 1988.
Marginal zone of the spinal cord
Rat
MAN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Leichnets 1982; Gonzalo-Ruiz et al. 1990.
Medial accessory nucleus
Rat
IOma
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Medial accessory olive
Rat
mct
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial corticohypothalamic tract
Rat
mfb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According Gurdjian 1925, 1927, Nauta and Haymaker 1969, Nieuwenhuys et al. 1982.
Medial forebrain bundle
Rat
mfbs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial forebrain bundle system
Rat
MG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial geniculate complex
Rat
MGd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial geniculate complex dorsal part
Rat
MGm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial geniculate complex medial part
Rat
MGv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial geniculate complex ventral part
Rat
MED
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial group of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
MH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial habenula
Rat
MHd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial habenula dorsal part
Rat
MHv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial habenula ventral part
Rat
ml
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Massoupost et al. 1985.
Medial lemniscus
Rat
mlf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According Rhines and Windle 1941.
Medial longitudinal fascicle
Rat
MM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial mammillary nucleus
Rat
MMme
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial mammillary nucleus median part
Rat
MEA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
MEAad
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala anterodorsal part
Rat
MEAav
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala anteroventral part
Rat
MEApd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala posterodorsal part
Rat
MEApd-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala posterodorsal part,sublayer a
Rat
MEApd-b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala posterodorsal part,sublayer b
Rat
MEApd-c
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala posterodorsal part,sublayer c
Rat
MEApv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial nucleus of the amygdala posteroventral part
Rat
MPO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial preoptic area
Rat
MPO_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the medial preoptic area outside of the classical substructures. See the atlas for details.
Medial preoptic area proper
Rat
MPN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial preoptic nucleus
Rat
MPNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial preoptic nucleus central part
Rat
MPNl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial preoptic nucleus lateral part
Rat
MPNm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial preoptic nucleus medial part
Rat
MPT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Siminoff et al. 1968; Kanaseki and Sprague 1974.
Medial pretectal area
Rat
MSC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Swanson and Cowan 1979. There is no morphologically distinct border between the medial spetal nucleus and nucleus of the diagonal band, although an arbitrary border is often drawn at the widest point of the complex (see Atlas level 16). This level also shows that is often convenient to describe horizontal and vertical limbs of the nucleus of the diagonal band (Raisman 1966). Unfortunately, Price and Powell (1970) applied the term nucleus of the horizontal limb of the diagonal band to a laterally adjacent cell group that had been widely referred to as the magnocellular preoptic nucleus since the time of Loo (1931), and that projects to the olfactory bulb rather than the hippocampal formation (see not 62).
Medial septal complex
Rat
MS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Medial septal nucleus
Rat
MT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hayhow et al 1960, Terubayashi and Fujisawa 1984, Giolli et al. 1989.
Medial terminal nucleus of the accessory optic tract
Rat
MV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No descriptioon provided.
Medial vestibular nucleus
Rat
MEZ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Medial zone of the hypothalamus
Rat
MEPO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Median preoptic nucleus
Rat
MD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
MDc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus central part
Rat
MDl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus lateral part
Rat
MDm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Mediodorsal nucleus of the thalamus medial part
Rat
VISlm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Mediolateral visual area
Rat
MDRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Valverde 1962.
Medullary reticular nucleus
Rat
MDRNd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Villanueva et al. 1988.
Medullary reticular nucleus dorsal part
Rat
MDRNv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Medullary reticular nucleus ventral part
Rat
MEV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Rokx et al 1986a, Luo et al. 1991. This is a displaced dorsal root ganglion.
Mesencephalic nucleus of the trigeminal
Rat
MRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brodal 1957.
Mesencephalic reticular nucleus
Rat
MRN_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
The part of MRN which is not in its substructures. See atlas for details.
Mesencephalic reticular nucleus proper
Rat
mtV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Rokx et al. 1986a.
Mesencephalic tract of the trigeminal nerve
Rat
mcp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Yamada et al. 1991.
Middle cerebellar peduncle
Rat
MTN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Midline group of the dorsal thalamus
Rat
V
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mizuno et al. 1975, Jacquin et al. 1983.
Motor nucleus of the trigeminal
Rat
Vpc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Spangler et al. 1982.
Motor nucleus of the trigeminal parvicellular part
Rat
V_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the remaining part of the motor nucleus of the trigeminal after excluding the parviccellular part. Refer to plates 47-52.
Motor nucleus of the trigeminal proper
Rat
moV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Jacquin et al. 1983.
Motor root of the trigeminal nerve
Rat
nst
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fallon and Moore 1978, Bjorklund and Lindvall 1984.
Nigrostriatal tract
Rat
ntt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Clavier et al. 1976.
Nigrothalamic fibers
Rat
NODa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nodulus sublobule a
Rat
NODb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nodulus sublobule b
Rat
NOD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nodulus (X)
Rat
ACB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Nucleus accumbens
Rat
AMBd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Bieger and Hopkins 1987, Patrickson et al. 1991.
Nucleus ambiguus dorsal division
Rat
AMB_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the part of the nucleus ambiguus dorsal division after eliminating the stylopharingeal motoneurons. Refer to Atlas plates 59-71. The stylopharingeal motoneurons are not shown as a distinct substructure.
Nucleus ambiguus dorsal division proper
Rat
AMB(sty)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kukuda et al. 1995.
Nucleus ambiguus dorsal division, stylopharyngeal motoneurons
Rat
AMBv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Bieger and Hopkins 1987. This region is characterized by preganglionic neurons that contribute to the thoracic branches of the vagus nerve, although other cell types may be present.
Nucleus ambiguus, ventral division
Rat
NI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
The correspondence between what Streeter (1903), Castaldi (1923), and Berman (1968) identified as the NI in the human, guinea pig, and cat, and what Wyss et al. (1979) called NI in the rat is unclear. Based on connectional and histochemical evidence (N.S Canteras, personal communication) the NI of Wyss et al. and the central gray matter, pars alpha of Meesen and Olszewski (1949) appear to form parts of a single nucleus, which we have divided into compact (medial) and diffuse (lateral) parts, the latter corresponding to the pars alpha.
Nucleus incertus
Rat
NIS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Brodal 1952.
Nucleus intercalatus
Rat
ND
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gillilan 1943, Rutheford et al. 1989.
Nucleus of Darkschewitsch
Rat
NR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Torvik 1956, Valverde 1962.
Nucleus of Roller
Rat
NB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968.
Nucleus of the brachium of the inferior colliculus
Rat
NBC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Sazaki and Arnold 1991.
Nucleus of the bulbocavernosus
Rat
NDB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nucleus of the diagonal band
Rat
NLL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
While it is common to divide this nucleus into dorsal and ventral parts, or into dorsal, intermediate and ventral parts, the architecture and connections of this cell group have not been examined in any detail in the rat...where it has been done, it is obvious that the NLL id an extremely complex region (see Covey and Caseday 1986). We have not attempted to parcellate the NLL.
Nucleus of the lateral lemniscus
Rat
NLOT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to McDonald 1983, Millhouse and Uemoura-Sumi 1985. Like the NLOT and COA, this is an area of the olfactory cortex, usually grouped with the amygdala.
Nucleus of the lateral olfactory tract
Rat
NLOT3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1928.
Nucleus of the lateral olfactory tract dorsal cap
Rat
NLOT1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nucleus of the lateral olfactory tract molecular layer
Rat
NLOT2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Nucleus of the lateral olfactory tract pyramidal layer
Rat
NOT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Giolli et al 1985. Gregory 1985.
Nucleus of the optic tract
Rat
NPC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kanaseki and Sprague 1974
Nucleus of the posterior commissure
Rat
NTS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956, Contreras et al. 1982. NB: This nucleus belongs to the visceral part of the Midbrain-Hindbrain, even though a single subpart of it belongs ot hte gustatory subdivision.
Nucleus of the solitary tract
Rat
NTSce
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Ross et al.1985, Cunnigham et al. 1991.
Nucleus of the solitary tract central part
Rat
NTSco
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956.
Nucleus of the solitary tract commissural part
Rat
NTSge
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Leslie et al. 1982, Shapiro and Miselis 1985b.
Nucleus of the solitary tract gelatinous part
Rat
NTSl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968.
Nucleus of the solitary tract lateral part
Rat
NTSm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
NB: This subdivision does not appear in the hierarchy Swanson 1998, but appears in the atlas levels 58-73. It is composed of a rostral part which is the sole structure of the Gustatory division of the Midbrain-Hindbrain and of a caudal part which is a structure of the Visceral division.
Nucleus of the solitary tract medial part
Rat
NTSm(c)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968, Contreras et al. 1982. NB: the caudal aspect appears in brackets in the abbreviation in order to show that it is inferred from the hierarchy Swanson 1998 (page 209).
Nucleus of the solitary tract medial part caudal zone
Rat
NTSm(r)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 19856; Contreras et al. 1982. NB: the rostral aspect appears in brackets in the abbreviation in order to show that it is inferred from the hierarchy Swanson 1998 (page 209).
Nucleus of the solitary tract medial part rostral zone
Rat
XI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brichta et al. 1987.
Nucleus of the spinal accessory nerve
Rat
NTB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This cell group is sometimes referred to as the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body (see note 200).
Nucleus of the trapezoid body
Rat
PRP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956.
Nucleus prepositus
Rat
NP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Todd 1989.
Nucleus proprius of the spinal cord
Rat
RM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Valverde 1962, Mason et al. 1990.
Nucleus raphe magnus
Rat
RO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Olszewski and Baxter 1954, Valverde 1962, Bowker and Abbott 1990.
Nucleus raphe obscurus
Rat
RPA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Olszewski and Baxter 1954, Valverde 1962.
Nucleus raphe pallidus
Rat
RPO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brown 1943, Valverde 1962.
Nucleus raphe pontis
Rat
RE
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Nucleus reuniens
Rat
REm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Nucleus reuniens median part
Rat
RE_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Nucleus reuniens proper
Rat
RERd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Nucleus reuniens rostral division dorsal part
Rat
SAG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968, Andrezik and Beitz 1985, Henkal and Shneiderman 1988.
Nucleus sagulum
Rat
x
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mehler and Rubertone 1985
Nucleus x
Rat
y
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fredrickson and Trune 1986.
Nucleus y
Rat
z
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Low et al. 1974
Nucleus z
Rat
IIIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Hebel and Stromberg 1986.
Oculomotor nerve
Rat
III
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Glicksmann 1980.
Oculomotor nucleus
Rat
III_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the remaining part of III, after excluding MAN. Refer to levels 39-41.
Oculomotor nucleus proper
Rat
OLF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Defined here as regions of the cortical
mantle that receive direct input from the olfactory nerve
(primary, see Brodmann 1909), or from the main and accessory
olfactory bulbs (unimodal association, see Price 1987). The latter also
includes also superficial regions of the amygdala (the NLOT, COA, PAA, and TR),
and it is important to point out that the entorhinal area of the
hippocampal formation also receives direct olfactory input (Kosel et al. 1981),
although it receives many other types of sensory information and thus not
usually included in the olfactory region
Olfactory cortex
Rat
ln
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Switzer et al al 1985, Doucette 1991.
Olfactory nerve
Rat
OT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Olfactory tubercle
Rat
OT1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Olfactory tubercle molecular layer
Rat
OT3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Olfactory tubercle polymorph layer
Rat
OT2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Olfactory tubercle pyramidal layer
Rat
OP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Campbell and Liebermann 1985. Gregory 1985.
Olivary pretectal nucleus
Rat
oct
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Azizi and Woodward 1987.
Olivocerebellar tract
Rat
ON
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kuzuhara et al. 1980.
Onuf nucleus
Rat
och
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Jeffery 1989.
Optic chiasm
Rat
IIn
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Crespo et al. 1985, Reese 1987a.
Optic nerve
Rat
opt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Reese 1987b.
Optic tract
Rat
ORB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977, our parcellation of these topologically difficult areas was greatly aided by examining sections cut in the three standard plans.
Orbital area
Rat
ORBl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Orbital area lateral part
Rat
ORBm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Orbital area medial part
Rat
ORBv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Orbital area ventral part
Rat
ORBvl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Orbital area ventrolateral part
Rat
ptf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Jackson and Crossman 1981, Yasui et al. 1990.
Pallidotegmental fascicle
Rat
pap
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Carter and Fibinger 1978.
Pallidothalamic pathway
Rat
PAL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Pallidum
Rat
PB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Fulwiler and Saper 1984.
Parabrachial nucleus
Rat
PBl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division
Rat
PBlc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division central lateral part
Rat
PBld
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division dorsal lateral part
Rat
PBle
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division external lateral part
Rat
PBlex
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division extreme lateral part
Rat
PBli
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division internal lateral part
Rat
PBls
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division superior lateral part
Rat
PBlv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus lateral division ventral lateral part
Rat
PBm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus medial division
Rat
PBme
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus medial division external medial part
Rat
PBmm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parabrachial nucleus medial division medial medial part
Rat
PBmv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This region appears to us to be a ventral extension of the PBmm (of Fulwiler and Saper 1984).
Parabrachial nucleus medial division ventral medial part
Rat
PCM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paracentral nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
PF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Parafascicular nucleus
Rat
PFL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Paraflocculus
Rat
PBG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Tokunaga and Otani 1978, Harting et al. 1991b.
Parageminal nucleus
Rat
PGRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Olszewski and Baxter 1954.
Paragigantocellular reticular nucleus
Rat
PGRNd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Taber 1961, Newman 1985a.
Paragigantocellular reticular nucleus dorsal part
Rat
PGRNl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Andrezik et al. 1981. Although this problem has not been addressed in detail, it seems likely from published maps (see Dahlstrom and Fuze 1964, Hokfelt et al. 1984, Sawchenko et al. 1985, Giuliano et al. 1989, Ellenberger et al. 1990) that the C1 adrenergic group, the A1 noradrenergic group, the ventrolateral medulla, and the rostral ventrolateral medulla are centered in (though not necessarily confined strictly to) the PGRNl, with relatively minor possible involvement of the ventral division of the nucleus ambiguus (see note 295).
Paragigantocellular reticular nucleus lateral part
Rat
PRM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Paramedian lobule
Rat
PMR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mehler 1969, Somana and Wahlberg 1978, Andrezik and Beitz 1985.
Paramedian reticular nucleus
Rat
PAS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Allen 1923, Walberg et al. 1962, Low et al. 1986.
Parasolitary nucleus
Rat
PS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Parastrial nucleus
Rat
PAR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum
Rat
PAR1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 1
Rat
PAR2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 2
Rat
PAR3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 3
Rat
PAR4
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 4
Rat
PAR5
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 5
Rat
PAR6
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Parasubiculum layer 6
Rat
PT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Parataenial nucleus
Rat
PAT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Chan-Palay 1978, Phelan and Falls 1989b.
Paratrigeminal nucleus
Rat
PVH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
PVHd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division
Rat
PVHdp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, dorsal parvicellular part
Rat
PVHlp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, lateral parvicellular part
Rat
PVHmpv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, descending division, medial parvicellular part, ventral zone
Rat
PVHm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division
Rat
PVHam
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, anterior magnocellular part
Rat
PVHmm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, medial magnocellular part
Rat
PVHpm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part
Rat
PVHpml
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, lateral zone
Rat
PVHpmm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, magnocellular division, posterior magnocellular part, medial zone
Rat
PVHp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division
Rat
PVHap
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, anterior parvicellular part
Rat
PVHf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division forniceal part
Rat
PVHmpd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, medial parvicellular part, dorsal zone
Rat
PVHpv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus, parvicellular division, periventricular part
Rat
PVT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Paraventricular nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
PARN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Accroding to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Mehler, 1983, ter Horst et al. 1991.
Parvicellular reticular nucleus
Rat
PPN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Jacobsonh 1909, Olszewski and Baxter 1954, Rye et al. 1987. , Rye et al. (1987) regard the subpopulation of cholinergic neurons in this region as the pedunculopontine nucleus (see note 62), the region outlined here contains all the cells identified earlier in the PPN (Jacobson 1909, Olszewski and Baxter, 1954), although cholinergic neurosn provide a very useful guide to its borders and seem to predominate numerically.
Pedunculopontine nucleus
Rat
per
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Perforant path
Rat
PAG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Recent work has clarified the structural organization of the rat PAG, which is the part of the brain central gray within the midbrain. The basic parcellation of the caudal three-quarters of the PAG follows Beitz (1985).
Periaqueductal gray
Rat
PHY
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Brodal 1952, 1983, McCrea and Baker 1985.
Perihypoglossal nuclei
Rat
PP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Peripeduncular nucleus
Rat
PR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Perireunensis nucleus
Rat
PERI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krieg 1946a, b, Deacon et al. 1983.
Perirhinal area
Rat
pvbh
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krudjian 1927, Krieg 1932, Sutin 1966.
Periventricular bundle of the hypothalamus
Rat
pvbh
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1927, Krieg 1932.
Periventricular bundle of the thalamus
Rat
PVZ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Periventricular zone of the hypothalamus
Rat
PN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kuzuhara and Chou 1980.
Phrenic nucleus
Rat
PAA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Canteras et al. 1992a.
Piriform-amygdaloid area
Rat
PIR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Craigie 1925, Haberly and Price 1978a.
Piriform area
Rat
PIR1
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Piriform area molecular layer
Rat
PIR3
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Piriform area polymorph layer
Rat
PIR2
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Piriform area pyramidal layer
Rat
PCG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is simply the caudal extension of the periacqueductal gray.
Pontine central gray
Rat
PG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mihailoff et al. 1981, Nelson and Mugnaini 1988, Bourrat and Sotelo 1991.
Pontine gray
Rat
PG_p
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the remaining part of the pontine gray from which the tegmental reticular nucleus was excluded.
Pontine gray proper
Rat
PRN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949.
Pontine reticular nucleus
Rat
PRNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
The A5 noradrenergic group (Dahlstrom and Fuxe 1964) and associated depressor region (see Loewy et al. 1986) appear to be centered in the ventrolateral regions of the PRnc, including the region of the rubrospinal tract, although a few cells alos appear into the periolivary region (see Westlund et al. 1983; Bryum et al. 1984). Most of the cells appear to lie adjacent to the superior salivatory nucleus (see note 300).
Pontine reticular nucleus caudal part
Rat
PRNr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Often referred as the oral part (Meesen and Olszewski 1949).
Pontine reticular nucleus rostral part
Rat
fxpo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Postcommissural fornix
Rat
pc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Bucher and Nauta 1954.
Posterior commissure
Rat
PO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Posterior complex of the thalamus
Rat
PH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Posterior hypothalamic nucleus
Rat
POL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Posterior limiting nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
PA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Canteras et al. 1992a.
Posterior nucleus of the amygdala
Rat
PTLp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This region appears to lie between unimodal somatosensory and visual areas and receives inputs from the lateral posterior nucleus, to this extent it may correspond to posterior parietal association areas in primates and other mammals, see Hughes 1977, Miller and Vogt 1984.
Posterior parietal association areas
Rat
PVp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Posterior periventricular nucleus of the hypothalamus
Rat
PPT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gregory 1985.
Posterior pretectal nucleus
Rat
PSC
2002-08-06
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swanson and Cowan 1979
Posterior septal complex
Rat
PD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Posterodorsal preoptic nucleus
Rat
VISpl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Posterolateral visual area
Rat
TR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Haug 1976, Canteras et al. 1992a.
Postpiriform transition area
Rat
POST
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Postsubiculum
Rat
POST1-6
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Postsubiculum layers 1-6
Rat
fpr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Precommissural fornix
Rat
PL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Krettek and Price 1977, Vogt and Peters 1981.
Prelimbic area
Rat
PVpo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Preoptic periventricular nucleus
Rat
Pre-Post-Cb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Pre-Post Cerebellar nuclei
Rat
PRE
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Presubiculum
Rat
PRE1-6
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Presubiculum, layers 1-6
Rat
PRT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Scalia 1972.
Pretectal region
Rat
AUDp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Sally and Kelly 1988, Kelly and Sally 1988, Arnault and Roger 1990.
Primary auditory area
Rat
MOp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary motor area
Rat
SSp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Chapin and Lin 1984, Sanderson et al. 1984.
Primary somatosensory area
Rat
SS-bfd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area barrel field
Rat
SS-ll
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area lower limb
Rat
SS-m
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area mouth
Rat
SS-n
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area nose
Rat
SS-tr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area trunk
Rat
SS-ul
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary somatosensory area upper limb
Rat
VISp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Primary visual area
Rat
pm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1927, Fry and Cowan 1972.
Principal mammillary tract
Rat
IOpr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Principal olive
Rat
PSV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1957; Emmers 1988.
Principal sensory nucleus of the trigeminal
Rat
pyd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Pyramidal decussation
Rat
py
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Pyramidal tract, crossed
Rat
PYR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Pyramus
Rat
PRYa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Pyramus sublobule a
Rat
PYRb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Pyramus sublobule b
Rat
RA
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Olszewski and Baxter 1954, Taber et al 1960, Steinbusch and Nieuwenhuys 1983.
Raphe nuclei
Rat
RN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
While small neurons predominate rostrally and large neurons caudally (Reid et al. 1975, Strominger et al. 1987), it is difficult to draw a boundary between parvicellular and magnocellular parts in the rat.
Red nucleus
Rat
RET(C)
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
There is no generally accepted definition
of the reticular core, which essentially consists of those regions
that have not been assigned to particular sensory and motor systems.
We consider that the reticular core extends into the forebrain to include
the lateral zone of the hypothalamus, ventral thalamus, and epithalamus. It plays a
major role in controlling behavioral state, and in polymodal integration.
Reticular core
Rat
RET
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
While there is some confusion in the literature about the various parts of the reticular formation, virtually all modern accounts are based on the pioneering work of Plszewski and his colleagues (Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Olszewski and Baxter 1954), which was modified by Brodal (1957) for the cat and by Valverde (1962) for the rat.
Reticular formation
Rat
RS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Rexed 1952.
Reticular nucleus of the spinal cord
Rat
RT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Reticular nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
rct
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Chan-Palay et al. 1977.
Reticulocerebellar tract
Rat
rst
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Carpenter and Sutin 1983, Williams et al. 1989.
Reticulospinal tract
Rat
rstl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Newman 1985a.
Reticulospinal tract, lateral part
Rat
rstm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Newman 1985b.
Reticulospinal tract, medial part
Rat
R
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Retina
Rat
Rgcl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retina, ganglion cell layer
Rat
Rinl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retina, inner nuclear layer
Rat
Ripl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retina, inner plexiform layer
Rat
Ronl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retina, outer nuclear layer
Rat
Ropl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retina, outer plexiform layer
Rat
RCH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Retrochiasmatic area
Rat
RHP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Retrohippocampal region
Rat
RR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Berman 1968. This region is characterized by scattered dopamine cells, caudal and dorsal to the ventral tegmental area (see Swanson 1982, Bjorklund and Lindvall 1984).
Retrorubral area
Rat
RSP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Vogt and Miller 1983.
Retrosplenial area
Rat
RSPd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the so-called agranular region of the retrosplenial area, see Krettek and Price 1977, Vogt and Miller 1983.
Retrosplenial area dorsal part
Rat
RSPagl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Risold et al. 1997.
Retrosplenial area lateral agranular part
Rat
RSPv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This is the so-called granular region of the retrosplenial area, we could not distinguish clearly zones b and c of Miller and Vogt 1983; see also Sripanidkulchai and Wyss 1987 for information about lamination.
Retrosplenial area ventral part
Rat
RSPv-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retrosplenial area ventral part zone a
Rat
RSPv-b/c
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Retrosplenial area ventral part zone b/c
Rat
RC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Rhinocele
Rat
RH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Rhomboid nucleus
Rat
RL
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Castaldi 1923, Brown 1943, Swanson 1982.
Rostral linear nucleus raphe
Rat
RMVE
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Rostral medullary velum
Rat
VISrl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Rostrolateral visual area
Rat
ccr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Rostrum of corpus callosum
Rat
rrt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Rubroreticular tract
Rat
rust
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Waldon and Gwyn 1969.
Rubrospinal tract
Rat
MOs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Secondary motor area
Rat
sV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956, Marfurt and Rajchert 1991.
Sensory root of the trigeminal nerve
Rat
SEP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swanson et al. 1987
Septal region
Rat
SF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Septofimbrial nucleus
Rat
SH
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Septohippocampal nucleus
Rat
SIM
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Simple lobule
Rat
SIMa
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Simple lobule sublobule a
Rat
SIMb
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Simple lobule sublobule b
Rat
ts
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956, Contreras et al. 1980.
Solitary tract
Rat
MO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Donoghue and Wise 1982, Neafsey et al. 1986.
Somatic motor areas
Rat
SS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Somatosensory areas
Rat
SP
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Because the atlas does not extend into
the spinal cord, the following is not an exhaustive account of
cell groups within this division of the CNS. For a general account of the rat spinal cord
, see Waibl (1973) and Altman and Bayer (1984), for attempts to impose
a laminar organization of the spinal cord see Rexed (1952, 1954) and
Brichta and Grant (1985)
Spinal Cord
Rat
SPV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Olsewski 1950.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal
Rat
SPVC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Nord 1967, Gobel et al. 1977, Kruger 1979.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal caudal part
Rat
SPVI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Phelan and Falls 1989a.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal interpolar part
Rat
SPVO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Falls et al. 1985; Jacquin and Rhoades 1990.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part
Rat
SPVOcdm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part caudal dorsomedial part
Rat
SPVOmdmd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part middle dorsomedial part, dorsal zone
Rat
SPVOmdmdv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part middle dorsomedial part, ventral zone
Rat
SPVOrdm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part rostral dorsomedial part
Rat
SPVOvl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal nucleus of the trigeminal oral part ventrolateral part
Rat
sptV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Torvik 1956, Marfurt and Rajchert 1991.
Spinal tract of the trigeminal nerve
Rat
SPIV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Spinal vestibular nucleus
Rat
scrt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to GBaker and Giesler 1984, Giesler et al. 1988.
Spinocervical tract
Rat
shp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Burstein et al. 1987, 1990b.
Spinohypothalamic pathway
Rat
sop
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swenson and Castro 1983, Molinari and Starr 1989
Spino-olivary pathway
Rat
srp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Nahin 1987.
Spinoreticular pathway
Rat
stp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Yezierski 1988, Lima and Coimbra 1989, Zhang et al. 1990, Yezierski and Mendez 1991.
Spinotectal pathway
Rat
step
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Burstein et al. 1987, Burstein and Giesler 1989.
Spinotelencephalic pathway
Rat
stt
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Giesler et al. 1981, Burnstein et al. 1990a.
Spinothalamic tract
Rat
svp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mehler and Rubertone 1985.
Spinovestibular pathway
Rat
ccs
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Splenium of corpus callosum
Rat
sm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925, Swanson and Cowan 1979.
Stria medularis
Rat
st
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Gurdjian 1925, DeOlmos 1972.
Stria terminalis
Rat
snp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Nauta and Domesick 1974.
Striatonigral pathway
Rat
STR
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Graybiel and Ragsdale 1979
Striatum
Rat
SLC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
This term has assumed a variety of connotations since the introduction of histochemical methods for localizing biogenic amines, it is used here as the equivalent of Meesen and Olszewski (1949) nucleus subcoeruleus.
Subcoeruleus nucleus
Rat
SEZ
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subependymal zone
Rat
SFO
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subfornical organ
Rat
SUB
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum
Rat
SUBd
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum dorsal part
Rat
SUBd-m
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum dorsal part molecular layer
Rat
SUBd-sp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum dorsal part pyramidal layer
Rat
SUBd-sr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum dorsal part stratum radiatum
Rat
SUBv
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum ventral part
Rat
SUBv-m
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum ventral part molecular layer
Rat
SUBv-sp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum ventral part pyramidal layer
Rat
SUBv-sr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Subiculum ventral part stratum radiatum
Rat
SLD
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Swanson et al. 1984 (see also Gillilan 1943).
Sublaterodorsal nucleus
Rat
SMT
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Submedial nucleus of the thalamus
Rat
SPF
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subparafascicular nucleus
Rat
SPFm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subparafascicular nucleus magnocellular part
Rat
SPFp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subparafascicular nucleus parvicellular part
Rat
SBPV
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subparaventricular zone
Rat
CNspg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Mugnaini et al. 1980.
Subpeduncular granular region of the cochlear nuclei
Rat
SGE
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Willis and Coggeshall 1991, Light and Kavookjian 1988, Rustioni and Weinberg 1989, Cruz et al. 1991.
Substantia gelatinosa of the spinal cord
Rat
SI
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
Jones et al. 1976. This region has been renamed the ventral pallidum (see Alheid and Heimer 1988), and contains a characteristic subpopulation of scattered, cortically projecting neurons (Rye et al. 1984) that in some animals (especially primates) form distinct cell clusters within the substantia innominata, known as the basal nuclei of Meynert (see Gory 1963). These cholinergic cells extend into the medial septal complex, magnocellular preoptic nucleus, and perhaps lateral preoptic area. The term magnocellular basal "nucleus" has been introduced to refer to the basal cholinergic neurons that project to the cerebral cortex (Saper 1984).
Substantia innominata
Rat
SN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
While a lateral part of the SN has been mentioned in the literature (see Gillilan 1943; Hanaway et al. 1970) more recent work has provided little reason to separate it from the compact part (see Bjorklund and Lindvall 1984).
Substantia nigra
Rat
SNc
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Danner and Pfister 1982; Bjorklund and Lindvall 1984.
Substantia nigra compact part
Rat
SNr
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Grofova et al. 1982.
Substantia nigra reticular part
Rat
stf
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Ricardo 1908, Canteras et al. 1990.
Subthalamic fascicle
Rat
STN
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
None provided
Subthalamic nucleus
Rat
SG
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Meesen and Olszewski 1949, Andrezik and Beitz 1985.
Supargenual nucleus
Rat
CS
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Bechterew 1899, Taber et al 1960, Valverde 1962. A superior central nucleus with medial and lateral zones has long been recognized. Konig and Klippel (1963) referred to the nucleus medianus raphes which may correspond to the medial part, where serotonergic neurons are apparently concentrated (Dahlstrom and Fuxe 1964).
Superior central nucleus raphe
Rat
CSl
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior central nucleus raphe lateral part
Rat
CSm
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior central nucleus raphe medial part
Rat
scp
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Voogd 1995, Voogd et al. 1996.
Superior cerebellar peduncle
Rat
SC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Kanaseki and Sprague 1974, Bickford and Hall 1989.
Superior colliculus
Rat
SCdg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Superior colliculus intermediate deep gray layer
Rat
SCdw
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Superior colliculus intermediate deep white layer
Rat
SCig
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer
Rat
SCig-a
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer a
Rat
SCig-b
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer b
Rat
SCig-c
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus intermediate gray layer sublayer c
Rat
SCiw
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided
Superior colliculus intermediate white layer
Rat
SCop
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus optic layer
Rat
SCsg
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus superficial gray layer
Rat
SCzo
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
No description provided.
Superior colliculus zonal layer
Rat
SOC
2002-08-05
281
The hierarchy was constructed and adapted according to
the information found in the Rat Brain Atlas, Swanson 1992. We have considered three types of brain structures: grisea (neural masses), fiber tracts, and ventricles.
The hierarchical tree was constructed by taking into account two criteria: the set of classes and subclasses of the basic cell groups and fiber systems of the rat CNS
and the topological positions of structures relative to superstructures.
According to Harrison and Feldman 1970, Osen et al 1984, Webster 1985, Fay-Lund 1986.
Superior olivary complex
Rat