Fasciculus

Fasciculus vesanus is an extinct species of stem-group ctenophore, known from the Canadian Burgess Shale of British Columbia. It is dated to 515 to 510 million years ago and belongs to middle Cambrian strata.

The species is remarkable for its two sets of long and short comb rows, not seen in similar form elsewhere in the fossil record or among modern species.

Other articles related to "fasciculus":

Pallidothalamic Tracts - Anatomy
... of the Ansa lenticularis, the Lenticular fasciculus (Forel's Field H2), and Thalamic fasciculus (Forel's Field H1) ... They connect with the fibers of the lenticular fasciculus in the Field of Forel (H) to form the thalamic fasciculus ... The lenticular fasciculus (also known as Forel's Field H2) is composed of fibers that pass from the internal part of the globus pallidus, through the posterior limb of the internal ...
Solitary Tract - Synonyms
... There are numerous synonyms for the solitary tract round fasciculus (Latin fasciculus rotundus) solitary fasciculus (Latin fasciculus solitarius) solitary bundle (Latin funiculus solitarius) Gierke ...
Midline Nuclear Group
... group Interthalamic adhesion White matter Mammillothalamic fasciculus Pallidothalamic tracts Ansa lenticularis Lenticular fasciculus Thalamic fasciculus PCML Medial lemniscus ...
Lenticular Fasciculus
... The lenticular fasciculus is a tract connecting the globus pallidus to the Thalamic fasciculus ... The thalamic fasciculus (composed of the lenticular fasciculus and ansa lenticularis) runs into the Thalamus ...
Lateral Nuclear Group
... Centromedian Midline nuclear group Interthalamic adhesion White matter Mammillothalamic fasciculus Pallidothalamic tracts Ansa lenticularis Lenticular fasciculus Thalamic fasciculus PCML Medial lemniscus ...