Alveus


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Al´ve`us


n.1.The channel of a river.
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The most common lesion consisted of individual or aggregates of prion plaques often in a row preferentially located immediately below the corpus callosum at the border with the alveus of the hippocampus, which might represent the subependymal region of the lateral ventricles.
The first historical extinction of a marine invertebrate in an ocean basin: the demise of the eelgrass limpet Lottia alveus.
1987) and resulted in the extinction of the eelgrass limpet (Lottia alveus alveus) (Carlton 1993), a 75 to 90 percent decline in dark-bellied brent geese (Branta bernicla bernicla), and as much as a 90 percent decline in Atlantic brant (B.