[ nee-oh-pal-ee-uh m ]
/ ˌni oʊˈpæl i əm /
noun, plural ne·o·pal·li·a [nee-oh-pal-ee-uh] /ˌni oʊˈpæl i ə/, ne·o·pal·li·ums.
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OTHER WORDS FROM neopalliumne·o·pal·li·al, adjective
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From these latter pass large bands of fibres to the occipital region of the neopallium.
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Medical definitions for neopallium
[ nē′ō-păl′ē-əm ]
n. pl. ne•o•pal•li•ums
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