Superior Frontal Sulcus

The superior frontal sulcus is a sulcus between the superior frontal gyrus and the middle frontal gyrus.

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Calliphora Loewi - Description
... The frontal area of the males head is narrower than the females ... Males also have bordering frontal orbital plates, whereas the females have frontal vita about three times the width of the frontal orbital plates ...
Stomachetosellidae
... have at least one adventitious avicularia on their frontal wall near the orifice ... The frontal wall is usually covered with small pores and numerous larger pores along the margin ... with numerous pores in the outer layer, and sits quite prominently on the frontal wall of the next zooid ...
Ascus (bryozoa)
... It is a water-filled sac of frontal membrane opening (ascopore) at or near the zooid orifice ... as a hydrostatic system by allowing water into the space below the inflexible, calcified frontal wall (covering their whole frontal surface apart from the orifice) when the zooid everts its ...
Leonardo Bianchi
... Bianchi is remembered for his studies and experiments of the frontal lobe ... with monkeys and dogs, after he surgically removed (ablation) the animals' frontal lobe ... concluded from his experiments that the frontal lobe had more functionality than previously believed ...
Superior Frontal Sulcus - Additional Images
... brain - left and right hemispheres - superior-lateral view This neuroanatomy article is a stub ... hemispheres, grey matter) (TA A14.1.09.002–240, 301–320, GA 9.818–826) Frontal lobe Superolateral Prefrontal Superior frontal gyrus 4l 6l 8l Middle frontal gyrus ...

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