cingulum


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cingulum

[′sin·gyə·ləm]
(anatomy)
The ridge around the base of the crown of a tooth.
(botany)
The part of a plant between stem and root.
(invertebrate zoology)
Any girdlelike structure.
A band of color or a raised line on certain bivalve shells.
The outer zone of cilia on discs of certain rotifers.
The clitellum in annelids.
(neuroscience)
The tract of association nerve fibers in the brain, connecting the callosal and the hippocampal convolutions.
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The valley in front of the trigonid is small and is bordered anteriorly by a subtle cingulum.
Cells are of moderate size, suboval, markedly asymmetrical in relation to the longitudinal axis of the cell, convex dorsally and posteriorly and almost straight between the cingulum and R3 in lateral view, with strongly areolated theca.
The two hemispheres are separated by a distinct rim or cingulum at the equator.
In particular, the study found that women were impacted in the cingulum bundle and the anterior cingulate cortex, areas in the front of the brain involved in decision-making and mood regulation.
0 mm was cut with a cylindrical diamond bur (837, Hager & Meisinger GmbH), preparations for metal crowns were made tangentially leaving the cingulum intact.
Compared with controls, TBI patients showed marked abnormalities in the middle cerebral peduncles, in cingulum bundles, and in the right orbitofrontal white matter - areas that have been predicted by computer simulations to sustain the most intense stresses in a blast.
Frustulo en vista conectival rectangular, ligeramente concavo, cingulum poco desarrollado.
On the palatal surface of each metal crown, right above the cingulum, a 0.