By K. Brodmann, Laurence J. Garey
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16. Adult human. 25:1, 10Ȗm. Preparietal cortex (area 5 of the brain map) as an example of a six-layered homogenetic cortex. Layer IV is strongly developed; in layer V there are large ganglion cells similar to Betz giant pyramids (cf. Fig. 7). Fig. 17. The same as Fig. 16 in the kinkajou (Cercoleptus caudivolvulus). 25:1, 10Ȗm. The homologous preparietal cortex (left of ). Gradual transition to parietal cortex (right of ). The basic laminar pattern of the cerebral cortex 35 Fig. 18. Adult rabbit (Lepus cuniculus).
For instance, one can compare the occipital cortex of the monkey with the basal parts of the frontal cortex. The latter possesses an almost threefold thicker molecular layer than the former. The same is true of most other mammals. The insula as well as part of the limbic cortex is characterised by an unusually thick layer I. Examples appear in my paper on monkey and prosimian cortex. The spindle cell layer, the extreme inner cortical layer (VI), is equally absolutely constant and is never absent from any cortical area, like layer I, even the so-called “defective” cortex of Meynert.
We are only interested in the stage that illustrates clearly the general plan of the definitive cortical lamination, and that provides the key for the individual cytoarchitectonic patterns of man and animals. This developmental stage in man occurs around the sixth to the eighth embryonic months. At this time, that varies slightly with different cortical areas, the cerebral cortex enters a six-layered phase that spreads over its whole surface - with the exception of course of the heterogenetic region of the archipallium and what Meynert called “defective cortex”.
Brodmann's: Localisation in the Cerebral Cortex by K. Brodmann, Laurence J. Garey