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20 Mar gyrus

Gyri are ridges in the cortex. They give the brain its interesting topography. They are divided from each other by the sulci. The gyri are both physically and logically separated folds in that they serve distinct functions.
Keywords: cortex
gray matter
References: brain physiology

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