What Is the Function of the Arbor Vitae?

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The arbor vitae is the cerebellar white matter located in the brain. It is located deep within the cerebellum. It functions to bring sensory and motor information to and from the cerebellum.
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The arbor vitae is the cerebellar white matter which
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The name literally means "Tree of Life" in Latin. It is an evergreen bush related to the Cypress.
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(Life Sciences & Allied Applications / Plants) a variant spelling of thuja
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