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[kawr-puh s kuh-loh-suh m] /ˈkɔr pəs kəˈloʊ səm/

noun, plural corpora callosa
[kawr-per-uh kuh-loh-suh] /ˈkɔr pər ə kəˈloʊ sə/ (Show IPA). Anatomy, Zoology.
a great band of deeply situated transverse white fibers uniting the two halves of the cerebrum in humans and other mammals.
noun (pl) corpora callosa (kəˈləʊsə)
the band of white fibres that connects the cerebral hemispheres in mammals

corpus callosum corpus cal·lo·sum (kə-lō’səm)
The commissural plate of nerve fibers connecting the two cerebral hemispheres except for most of the temporal lobes. Also called commissure of cerebral hemispheres.
corpus callosum
Plural corpora callosa
The transverse band of nerve fibers that connects the right and left cerebral hemispheres.


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