Brodmann areas, Biology

One way that the cortex has been parcellated is based on fine-grained anatomical differences in the composition of the cortical layers: their thickness and types of neurons that are found in each layer. By mapping these differences, German neurologist Korbinian Brodmann was able to define what are still today known as Brodmann areas
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