dorsal division of the ambiguous nucleus
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The term dorsal division of the ambiguous nucleus refers to one of two divisions of the ambiguous nucleus identified by Nissl stain in the rat. Embedded in the medullary reticular formation, it is one of several somatic motor neuron pools in the functional model of brain structure (see Models Where It Appears below). The other is the ventral division of the ambiguous nucleus.

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