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Cerebrum: Int Object

archicortex - oldest 3 layers, has the hypocampus
paleocortex 3 layers, olfactory cortex
neocortex newest part, 6 layers
subcortical grey basal nuclei and deincephalon
basal nuclei basal ganglia
diencephalon thalamus and hypothalamus
neocortex I molecular, mostly dendrites
neocortex II external granular, granular neurons
neocortex III external pyramidal
neocortex IV internal granular
neocortex V internal pyramidal (connects to upper level)
neocortex VI multiform
association fibers connect ipsilateral cortical areas, connect short (gyri) and long (lobes), superior longitudinal fasciculus, cingulum, and the uncinate fasciculus
AF superior longitudinal fasciculus connects anterior to posterior
cingulum connects medial section of the brain above corpus colosseum
uncinate fasciculus connects frontal (anterior) to temporal (anterior portion)
commissural fibers cross from one side of the cerebrum to the other, corpus callosum and anterior commissure.
corpus callosum connects all lobes
anterior commissure connects anterior temporal lobes
projection fibers connects cortex with subcortical structures, looks like it branches from cortex down to brain stem and visa versa
corona radiata fibers projecting from the cerebral cortex through the internal capsule and into the brainstem
ID lateralized specialization
basal nuclei caudate, globes pallidus, and putamen - group of subcortical nuclei situated at the base of the forebrain and top of the midbrain
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