|Brain: Biventer lobule|
|Under surface of the cerebellum.|
|Gray's||subject #187 790|
The biventer lobule (or biventral lobule) is triangular in shape; its apex points backward, and is joined by the gray band to the pyramid.
The lateral border is separated from the inferior semilunar lobule by the postpyramidal fissure.
The base is directed forward, and is on a line with the anterior border of the tonsil, and is separated from the flocculus by the postnodular fissure.
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Brain: Metencephalon/rhombencephalon - cerebellum (hindbrain)
|Regions||Posterior lobe (Horizontal fissure) • Anterior lobe • Flocculonodular lobe (Flocculus, Nodule)
white: Arbor vitaeVallecula of cerebellum - Primary fissure
|Layers||Molecular layer (Stellate cell, Basket cell)
Purkinje cell layer (Purkinje cell)Mossy fibers • Climbing fiber • Parallel fiber
|Deep cerebellar nuclei||Dentate - interposed (Emboliform, Globose) - Fastigial|
|Peduncles||Inferior (medulla): Dorsal spinocerebellar tract - Olivocerebellar tract - Cuneocerebellar tract - Juxtarestiform body (Vestibulocerebellar tract) Superior (midbrain): Ventral spinocerebellar tract - Dentatothalamic tract - Trigeminocerebellar fibers|
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