archicerebellum

The small, phylogenetically oldest portion of the cerebellum, also called vestibulocerebellum because its afferents arise from the vestibular ganglion and nuclei; in mammals, it is represented by four subdivisions of the cerebellum: nodulus, uvula vermis, flocculus, and lingula of cerebellum. ... Synonym: archaeocerebellum. ... Origin: archi-+ L. C
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archicerebellum

(from the article `nervous system`) The cerebellum originated as a specialized part of the acoustico-lateralis area. The oldest part of the cerebellum—the archicerebellum—is concerned ... On an embryological basis the cerebellum is divided into three parts: (1) the archicerebellum, related primarily to the vestibular system, (...
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archicerebellum

Type: Term Pronunciation: ar′ki-ser′ĕ-bel′ŭm Definitions: 1. The small, phylogenetically oldest portion of the cerebellum, sometimes called the vestibulocerebellum because its afferents arise primarily from the vestibular ganglion and nuclei; in mammals, it is represented by four subdivisions of the cerebellum: nodulus,
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archicerebellum

Greek archi = first, hence the oldest part of the cerebellum, which is the flocculonodular lobe.
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