Descartes fixed upon the pineal gland, but there were countless other hypotheses as to the position of this point.
The mind has no observable natural relation to the pineal gland.
But there was one gland which had not been duplicated in The Brain, the pineal gland.
To the roof of the thalamencephalon is attached a flattened sack (pn) which is probably the pineal gland.
"Perhaps you've seen a pineal gland," suggested the disgusted Doctor.
In Mammalia the development of the pineal gland is, according to Mihalkovics, generally similar to that of Birds.
Mind, driven from the field of extension, erects its last fortress in the pineal gland.
Strings of tiny green bulbs guided the path toward the pineal gland, the citadel of The Brain.
What happened if one plugged some apparatus of the pineal gland into the circuit of the pineal gland?
He grabbed the axe he'd left there and swung it against the nerve-stem where it entered the pineal gland.
pineal gland n.
See pineal body.
|pineal gland |
A small gland located near the brain and primarily involved in the production and secretion of the hormone melatonin, which regulates circadian rhythms in many animals, including humans.