noun, plural thal·a·men·ceph·a·lons, thal·a·men·ceph·a·la [thal-uh-men-sef-uh-luh] /ˌθæl ə mɛnˈsɛf ə lə/. Anatomy.
- thai stick,
- thailand, gulf of,
Origin of thalamencephalon
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In the floor of the thalamencephalon are two masses of ganglionic tissue, the optic thalami.
The remaining parts of the thalamencephalon have however undergone considerable changes.
During the same stage the pineal gland grows into a sack-like body, springing from the roof of the thalamencephalon, fig. 1b, pn.
The typical Ganoid characters of the thalamencephalon and the cerebral hemispheres (vide pp. 769 and 770).
To the roof of the thalamencephalon is attached a flattened sack (pn) which is probably the pineal gland.The Works of Francis Maitland Balfour, Volume III (of 4)|Francis Maitland Balfour