rostromedial division of the periaqueductal gray
The term rostromedial division of the periaqueductal gray refers to the largest of three divisions of the rostral third of the periaqueductal gray as segmented in the functionally defined motor periaqueductal gray. It is a wide band of cells bounded by the other divisions: medially by the medial division of the periaqueductal gray and laterally, through a portion of its extent, by the rostrolateral division of the periaqueductal gray. Functionally the motor periaqueductal gray belongs to the behavior control column of the cerebrospinal trunk ( Swanson-2004 ). For other components of the motor periaqueductal gray click below: Models Where It Appears > Functional CNS Model - Rat.

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