Definition of Cerebral mantle
1. Noun. The layer of unmyelinated neurons (the grey matter) forming the cortex of the cerebrum.
Generic synonyms: Neural Structure
Terms within: Golgi Cell, Golgi's Cell, Cortical Area, Cortical Region, Frontal Cortex, Frontal Lobe, Prefrontal Cortex, Prefrontal Lobe, Parietal Cortex, Parietal Lobe, Occipital Cortex, Occipital Lobe, Temporal Ccortex, Temporal Lobe
Specialized synonyms: Neocortex, Neopallium, Archipallium, Paleocortex
Terms within: Gray Matter, Gray Substance, Grey Matter, Grey Substance, Substantia Grisea
Group relationships: Cerebrum
Derivative terms: Cortical
Lexicographical Neighbors of Cerebral Mantle
Literary usage of Cerebral mantle
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Brain and Spinal Cord: A Manual for the Study of the Morphology and Fibre by Emil Villiger (1918)
"The surface of the pallium or cerebral mantle is subdivided into definite lobes (lobi) by definite and usually deep clefts and furrows, the fissures and ..."
2. A Text-book of Psychiatry for Physicians and Students by Leonardo Bianchi (1906)
"PART I CHAPTER I ANATOMICAL SKETCH OF THE cerebral mantle AND OF THE ... Introduction that the cerebral mantle possesses quite a long story of development. ..."
3. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1887)
"Brain of Emys lutaria, sagittal section considerably laterad of the median line. some years ago that osseous fishes possessed no cerebral mantle with nerve ..."
4. Psychiatry: A Clinical Treatise on Diseases of the Fore-brain Based Upon a by Theodor Meynert (1885)
"To the inside of the island, and the outside of the caudate nucleus, extends the plane of the incision which separated the trunk from the cerebral mantle, ..."
5. Text-book of the embryology of man and mammals by Oscar Hertwig, Edward Laurens Mark (1905)
"... grouped together as the stalk of the brain-, in contradistinction to the remaining chief part of the cerebrum, which constitutes the cerebral mantle. ..."
6. A Manual of physiology: With Practical Exercises by George Neil Stewart (1905)
"... are also connected by strands of fibres with the central stem and the cerebral mantle. The restiform body or inferior peduncle brings the cerebellum ..."