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16, 17). In CR immunopreparations, the central and medial nucleus as well as the anterior and posterior cortical nucleus reveal a conspicuously high density of ir puncta. A moderate density of puncta is observed in the lateral nucleus, the anterior amygdaloid area, and the amygdalohippocampal area. The remaining subdivisions of the amygdala show low diffuse CR immunostaining (Fig. 18). 2 Diffuse Labeling in the 8th-9th Gestational Month Distinct differences can be observed when comparing diffuse CB and CR labeling in the 5th-6th and 8th-9th months.
1 Presumed Pyramidal Neurons (CB- and CR-ir) From the base of the pyramid-shaped soma, thin dendrites emerge. At the opposite site, the soma merges into a stout main dendrite, which generates several branches. Occasionally, one of the basal dendrites shows a prominent stoutness and gives off several branches close to the soma. From the base of pyramidal cells, the axon emerges. The latter often bends near the soma. The axon may also emerge from the stem of a basal dendrite (Figs. 23c, 24c). In general, the pyramidal neurons do not reveal any preferential orientation.
The amygdaloid body can be divided into basolateral and corticomedial nuclei. The basolateral part corresponds to the deep nuclei of Amaral et al. (1992); it encompasses the lateral, basal, accessory basal and paralaminar nuclei. The corticomedial part, corresponding to the superficial nuclei, consists of the anterior cortical, posterior cortical, medial and central nuclei, and the periamygdaloid cortex. The remaining nuclei and areas which cannot be assigned to one of the aforementioned parts are the anterior amygdaloid area, the amygdalohippocampal area, and intercalated nuclei.