habenula

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habenula

[hə′ben·yə·lə]
(anatomy)
Stalk of the pineal body.
A ribbonlike structure.
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Using a Cryo Cut CM3050 (Leica, Bensheim, Germany), sections of 10 [micro]m thick were cut in the plane of the nucleus habenulae.
Milena Kemali was a skillful neuroscientist who focused on the frog brain, identifying, among other findings, an asymmetry of the habenulae that has inspired debates on the evolution of lateralization in the brain.