1 eminal, retroambiguus, solitarius, posterior octaval, descending octaval, magnocellular octaval, rube
2 , and we propose that this region is a major octaval integration center.
3 s, solitarius, posterior octaval, descending octaval, magnocellular octaval, ruber, Edinger-Westphal,
4 facial motor root (mVII), as do axons of the octaval nerve.
5 MgON), tangential (TON), and posterior (PON) octaval nuclei, and the eminentia granularis (EG).
6 roxidase (HRP) label spinopetal cells in the octaval nuclei, the nucleus of the medial longitudinal f
7 f the hindbrain, with little overlap in most octaval nuclei.
8 rminate ipsilaterally within seven medullary octaval nuclei: caudal (CON) and medial (MON) octavolate
9 ojected to the dorsal zone of the descending octaval nucleus (dDON); many afferents bifurcated to ter
10 ly in a dorsomedial division of a descending octaval nucleus (DO), dorsal and ventral divisions of a
11 e intermediate subdivision of the descending octaval nucleus (DON) receives interdigitating projectio
12 The dorsal division of the magnocellular octaval nucleus (MgON) receives highly overlapping otoli
13 dorsal and ventral divisions of a secondary octaval nucleus (SO), and the reticular formation (RF) n
14 The anterior octaval nucleus receives partially segregated inputs fro
15 ents bifurcated to terminate in the anterior octaval nucleus, and a few of those also had terminal fi
16 luding the eighth nerve-recipient descending octaval nucleus, the acoustic division of the midbrain,
17 gions in the ventral medulla (the tangential octaval nucleus, ventral DON, and ventral MgON) receive
18 by a dorsomedial division of the descending octaval nucleus.
19 r octaval, descending octaval, magnocellular octaval, ruber, Edinger-Westphal, nucleus of the medial
20 tic vesicle that will delaminate to form the octaval (statoacoustic) ganglion.
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