isocortex

(redirected from homotypic cortex)

i·so·cor·tex

(ī'sō-kōr'teks), [TA]
O. and C. Vogt term for the larger part of the mammalian cerebral cortex, distinguished from the allocortex by being composed of a larger number of nerve cells arranged in six layers.
See also: cerebral cortex.

isocortex

/iso·cor·tex/ (-kor´teks) the neocortex as opposed to the allocortex.

i·so·cor·tex

(ī'sō-kōr'teks) [TA]
The larger part of the mammalian cerebral cortex, distinguished from the allocortex by being composed of a larger number of nerve cells arranged in six layers.
See also: cerebral cortex

isocortex