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The efferent projections of the periaqueductal gray in the rabbit have been described by anterograde tract-tracing techniques following deposits of tritiated leucine, or horseradish peroxidase, into circumscribed sites within dorsal, lateral or ventral periaqueductal gray. No attempts were made to place labels in the fourth, extremely narrow (medial),(More)
The lateral olfactory tract (LOT) of the ferret has been shown to project to most of the pyriform lobe, as in the cat. Only a small medio-posterior region of the pyriform cortex (the angular cortex), which has a distinctly different appearance in Nissl stained sections, proves to be devoid of olfactory connections. Despite the fact that sub-areas can be(More)