Essentially this is an anatomical marker where the young thalamus fuses. The interthalamic adhesion (aka massa intermedia) is absent in most older brains. Therefore, it apparently has no major function in the brain.
The intermediate mass is a connection between the right and left thalamic portions and is therefore also called the 'interthalamic adhesion'.
In about 70% of the people the thalamus is connected to each other by Interthalamic adhesion (massa intermedia, middle commissure, gray commissure).
Adhesion is the phenomenon of "stickyness." It has many, many applications.
How does adhesion work??????? Well you tell me- adhesion works when two different materials hang on to each other e.g Velcro, Velcro is a demonstration of adhesion how you know the fluffy bits and the hard bits of the Velcro touch and they hang on to each other in other words they are attached.
The function of desmosomes are to provide the cells with adhesion to one another; makes sure your cells don't fall out.
There are many different concepts that go into the principle of adhesion. The principle of adhesion is a guideline as to why adhesion works.
pilli is used for adhesion to substatum and some sex pilli are used in reproduction
She was worried about the adhesion of the bandage over the weeping skin. The temporary adhesion of the 3M Sticky Note was revolutionary The adhesion of a molecule into a biosphere
The function of desmosomes are to provide the cells with adhesion to one another. Another name for them is macula adherens, which is Latin for adhering spot.
what is the difference between a keloid and an adhesion