The Pallium is a dorsal division of the Telencephalon (also called the dorsal telencephalon). The pallium is generally subdivided in a number of areas, named by their topographical position within the telencephalon (Dm, Dd, Dl, Dc and Dp) (see Wullimann et al., 1996). Although projection neurons of the olfactory bulb are pallial derivatives, the olfactory bulb is considered as a separate structure and it is described in its own section (see olfactory bulb).
is part of: telencephalon
has parts: dorsal zone (Dd), central zone (Dc), medial zone (Dm), caudal/posterior zone (Dp), lateral zone (Dl).
Transgenic Lines that label this brain region
Antibodies that label this brain region
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The dorsal pallium in Zebrafish, Danio rerio (Cyprinidae, Teleostei).
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