Definition of Hindbrains

1. Noun. (plural of hindbrain) ¹



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Definition of Hindbrains

1. hindbrain [n] - See also: hindbrain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hindbrains

hind kidney
hind leg
hind legs
hind limb
hind limbs
hind teat
hind teats
hind tit
hind wing
hind wings
hindberries
hindberry
hindbrain
hindbrain vesicle
hindbrains (current term)
hindcast
hindcasts
hinder
hinder(a)
hinderance
hinderances
hindered
hinderer
hinderers
hinderest
hindereth
hindering
hinderingly
hinderling

Literary usage of Hindbrains

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1. Quarterly Journal of Microscopical Science edited by Biologists Limited, The Company of. (1879)
"... and, if the nerves arising from the mid and hindbrains have segmental value, there is surely a presumption in favour of the nerve that takes its origin ..."

2. The Human Mechanism: Its Physiology and Hygiene and the Sanitation of Its by Theodore Hough, William Thompson Sedgwick (1906)
"The facts thus far brought forward show that the neurones of the ,tween-, mid-, and hindbrains, and of the spinal ..."

3. The Alligator and Its Allies by Albert Moore Reese (1915)
"Between the floors of the fore- and hindbrains, in the acute angle caused by the cranial flexure, is the anterior end of the notochord (nf), the only part ..."

4. Transactions of the Kansas Academy of Science by Kansas Academy of Science (1868)
"... on one side of the hindbrains in two other groups of larvae, and right and left sides were compared within groups, between these experimental and ..."

5. Smithsonian Miscellaneous Collections by Smithsonian Institution (1908)
"... notochord being the aortae (ao], while the two other pairs, on either side of the fore- and hindbrains, are the anterior cardinals (ac). ..."

6. The Development of the American Alligator (A. Mississippiensis) by Albert Moore Reese (1908)
"Between the floors of the fore- and hindbrains, in the acute angle caused by the cranial flexure, is the anterior end of the notochord (tit), the only part ..."

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