The book human neocortical development is a sequel to our 1991 book neocortical development in the rat presented below we used our extensive photographic library of human embryonic fetal and some neonate specimens along with the sparse classical literature on human neocortical development. The neocortex the most complex structure of all vertebrate brain systems is organized into cytoarchitectonic groups of neurons that process unique sensory inputs such as pressure light and sound. Neocortical development is a major focus in neurobiology not only because it is of interest from a purely developmental standpoint but also because understanding how neocortex develops provides important insight into mature neocortical organization and function mammalian neocortical development involves many mechanisms and stages
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