Gyri

Some articles on gyri:

Neocortex - Anatomy
... and other larger mammals it has deep grooves (sulci) and wrinkles (gyri) ... gyrus have more opportunity for connectivity, while neurons in different gyri have less opportunity for connectivity, leading to compartmentalization of ... by the fact that all human brains have the same pattern of gyri and sulci, whereas if the pattern of gyrification was driven only by limits of volume in the ...
Bilateral Frontoparietal Polymicrogyria - DIAGNOSIS - Methods/Tests
... The cerebral cortex often appears abnormally thick as well because the multiple small gyri are fused, infolded, and superimposed in appearance ... a pattern of complex convolutions to the cerebral cortex, with miniature gyri fused and superimposed together, often resulting in an irregular brain surface ... ribbon can appear excessively thick as a result of the infolding and fusion of multiple small gyri ...
Music-related Memory - Semantic Vs. Episodic
... activation in the right inferior and middle frontal gyri, the superior and inferior right temporal gyri, the right anterior cingulate gyrus and parietal lobe region ... activation in the middle and inferior frontal gyri in the left hemisphere ... in the middle and superior frontal gyri and the precuneus ...
Transverse Temporal Gyrus
... The transverse temporal gyri (also called Heschl's gyri or Heschl's convolutions) are found in the area of primary auditory cortex buried within the lateral sulcus of the human brain ... Anatomically, the transverse temporal gyri are distinct in that they run mediolaterally (towards the center of the brain) rather than dorsiventrally (front to back) as ... The transverse temporal gyri are active during auditory processing under fMRI for tone and semantic tasks ...
Winter Enclosure - Track Listing
... "Below Zero" Silje Gyri 525 9 ... "Without Air (Before)" Gyri Gyri 238 11 ... "Without Air (After)" Gyri Gyri 528 ...