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First granular layer 2. Small pyramids 1. Neuroglial layer Betz (1881) 8. Spindle cells 7. Polymorphic cells 6. Solitary cells (V) 5. Small granules (IVc) 4. Dense single cells (IVb) 3. Small cells (IVa) and solitary cells (IVb) 2. Small pyramids (II & III) 1. Molecular layer Hammarberg (1895) } 8. Inner polymorphic layer 7. Cell-poor layer 6. Granular layer 5. Solitary cells 4. Granular layer 3. Pyramidal cells 2. Outer polymorphic cells 1. Tangential fibre layer Schlapp (1898) 5. Polymorphic cells 4.

Lamina pyramidalis, IV. Lamina granularis interna, IVa. Sublamina granularis interna superficialis, IVb. Sublamina granularis intermedia (stria of Gennari or Vicq d’Azyr), IVc. Sublamina granularis interna profunda, V. Lamina ganglionaris, VI. Lamina multiformis, VIa. Sublamina triangularis, VIb. Sublamina fusiformis. The basic laminar pattern of the cerebral cortex 29 Fig. 12. Adult human. 25:1, 10Ȗm. Transition to the calcarine cortex ( ) as in Fig. 11. The layers are the same: on the right is the eight-layered cortex of the striate area (area 17 of our brain map), on the left the six-layered cortex of the occipital area (area 18).

VI. Lamina multiformis - spindle cell layer. (*47) This six-layered phase does not last for the same length of time over the whole surface of the hemisphere, and does not start at the same time everywhere. Many regions undergo a very precocious development and are significantly ahead of other areas 5), while some develop more slowly and only progress from the preliminary primitive stage to the typical six-layered pattern later. The process of architectonic remodelling can sometimes be accelerated and shortened, so that the temporary six-layered stage is compressed in time and is so transitory that it is difficult to visualise; this is “ontogenetic acceleration” ––––––––– This has recently been shown unequivocally for the development of neurofibrils in the cortex.

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