noun, plural rhi·nen·ceph·a·lons, rhi·nen·ceph·a·la [rahy-nen-sef-uh-luh] /ˌraɪ nɛnˈsɛf ə lə/. Anatomy.
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Rhinencephalon, rī-nen-sef′a-lon, n. the olfactory lobe of the brain.
It should be premised that Elliot Smith divides the brain into rhinencephalon and neopallium.
But all the parts of the rhinencephalon, which are so distinct in macrosmatic mammals, can also be recognized in the human brain.