koniocortex

ko·ni·o·cor·tex

(kō'nē-ō-kōr'teks),
Regions of the cerebal cortex characterized by a particularly well-developed inner granular layer (layer 4); this type of cerebral cortex is represented by the primary sensory Brodmann area 17 of the visual cortex, Brodmann areas 1-3 of the somatic sensory cortex, and Brodmann area 41 of the auditory cortex.
See also: cerebral cortex.
[G. konis, dust, + L. cortex, bark]

ko·ni·o·cor·tex

(kō'nē-ō-kōr'teks)
Regions of the cerebal cortex characterized by a particularly well-developed inner granular layer (layer 4); this type of cerebral cortex is represented by the primary sensory area 17 of the visual cortex, areas 1-3 of the somatic sensory cortex, and area 41 of the auditory cortex.
See also: cerebral cortex

koniocortex

(kō″nē-ō-kor′tĕks) [Gr. konis, dust, + L. cortex, rind]
The cortex of the sensory areas, so named because of its granular appearance.

ko·ni·o·cor·tex

(kō'nē-ō-kōr'teks)
Regions of the cerebal cortex characterized by a particularly well-developed inner granular layer (layer 4); this type of cerebral cortex is represented by the primary sensory Brodmann area 17 of the visual cortex, Brodmann areas 1-3 of the somatic sensory cortex, and Brodmann area 41 of the auditory cortex.
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