The lateral sulcus has a number of side branches. Two of the most prominent and most regularly found are the ascending (also called vertical) ramus and the horizontal ramus of the lateral fissure, which subdivide the inferior frontal gyrus. The lateral sulcus also contains the transverse temporal gyri, which are part of the primary auditory cortex.
Researchers from Washington University provide details of new studies and findings in the area of life sciences.
Mar 31, 2010; Researchers detail in 'Macaque parieto-insular vestibular cortex: responses to self-motion and optic flow,' new data in life...