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A parcel of real estate; usually refers to a large area of land.

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Mifflin, "Enhanced y-aminobutyric acid-B receptor agonist responses and mRNA within the nucleus of the solitary tract in hypertension," Hypertension, vol.
The central organization of the gustatory and visceral systems in the nucleus of the solitary tract. In: Katsuki Y, Norgren R, Sato M (Editors), Brain mechanisms of sensation.
The solitary tract is the first relay in the neurological pathway between taste buds and the brain, and though early research seemed to indicate that its nucleus was a relatively simple relay, the biologists here report on more recent investigations that reveal it as quite complex.
Histopathologic lesions in brain of zebu with spongiform encephalopathy and cow with bovine spongiform encephalopathy, Switzerland, 2004 * Site Cow Zebu Brainstem Dorsal motor nucleus of vagus nerve (+) (++) Nucleus of spinal tract of trigeminal (++) (+++) nerve Nucleus of hypoglossal nerve (+) (++) Reticular formation (++) (++) Nucleus of solitary tract (++) (+++) Vestibular nuclei (++) (+) to (++) Olivary nuclei (++) (++) Cerebellar cortex (-) (+) Midbrain (substantia grisea centralis) (+) to (++) (++) to (+++) Thalamus (++) (++) to (+++) Hippocampus n.d.
Cholecystokinin, dopamine D2 and N-methyl-D-aspartate binding sites in the nucleus of the solitary tract of the rat: Possible relationship to ingestive behavior.