Telencephalon

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telencephalon

[¦tel·en′sef·ə‚län]
(embryology)
The anterior subdivision of the forebrain in a vertebrate embryo; gives rise to the olfactory lobes, cerebral cortex, and corpora striata.
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Telencephalon

 

(also called endbrain), the anterior section of the brain. The telencephalon attains its greatest size and physiological importance in higher vertebrates and especially in man.

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