The cerebellar plate in Varanus exanthematicus, as in many lizards, is tilted forward, i.e., everted (see Figs. 2, 46). The flocculus (see Figs. 9, 10) is small, but distinct, and situated at the transition from the dorsorostral part of the rhombencephalon to the lateral part of the cerebellum (see also Fig. 50A).
KeywordsCerebellar Cortex Cerebellar Nucleus Inferior Olive Rubrospinal Tract Vestibular Nuclear Complex
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