Cortical connections of the inferior arcuate sulcus cortex in the macaque brain

  title={Cortical connections of the inferior arcuate sulcus cortex in the macaque brain},
  author={Terrence W. Deacon},
  journal={Brain Research},
  • T. Deacon
  • Published 21 February 1992
  • Biology
  • Brain Research
Callosal connections of dorsal versus ventral premotor areas in the macaque monkey: a multiple retrograde tracing study
PMd-r stands out as the lateral premotor area with the strongest inputs from the prefrontal cortex, and only the PMd-c and PMv-c receive weak callosal inputs from M1.
Subdivisions of auditory cortex and ipsilateral cortical connections of the parabelt auditory cortex in macaque monkeys
Observations support the concept of dividing the auditory cortex into core, belt, and parabelt; provide evidence for including the rostral area in the core; suggest the existence of as many as seven or eight belt fields; provideevidence for at least two subdivisions of the parab belt; and identify regions of the temporal lobe involved in auditory processing.
Cortical and thalamic projections to cytoarchitectural areas 6Va and 8C of the marmoset monkey: Connectionally distinct subdivisions of the lateral premotor cortex
It is concluded that cytoarchitectural area 6Va in the marmoset is similar to ventral premotor areas identified in other simian primates, and that area 8C corresponds to a specialized subdivision of the caudal premotor complex where visual information for the guidance of movements is likely to be emphasized.
Cortical connections of the frontoparietal opercular areas in the Rhesus monkey
The connections of the frontoparietal opercular areas were studied in rhesus monkeys by using antero‐ and retrograde tracer techniques and suggest that the ventral somatosensory areas are involved in sensorimotor activities mainly related to head, neck, and face structures as well as to taste.
Dual streams of auditory afferents target multiple domains in the primate prefrontal cortex
Injection of multiple tracers into physiologically mapped regions AL, ML and CL of the auditory belt cortex revealed that anterior belt cortex was reciprocally connected with the frontal pole, rostral principal sulcus and ventral prefrontal regions.


Posterior parietal cortex in rhesus monkey: II. Evidence for segregated corticocortical networks linking sensory and limbic areas with the frontal lobe
The main finding is that each subdivision of parietal cortex is connected with a unique set of frontal areas, and although they are most prominent within a hemisphere, notable interhemispheric connections are also present.
Projections to the frontal cortex from the posterior parietal region in the rhesus monkey
The projections to the frontal cortex from the various subdivisions of the posterior parietal region in the rhesus monkey were studied by means of autoradiographic technique. The rostral superior
An autoradiographic analysis of the efferent connections from premotor and adjacent prefrontal regions (areas 6 and 9) in macaca fascicularis.
  • H. Künzle
  • Biology
    Brain, behavior and evolution
  • 1978
The efferent connections from area 6 and adjacent regions of area 9 were investigated in 9 adult monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) using the autoradiographic technique and differences of projection patterns within area 6 itself and, in particular, the supplementary motor area were discussed.
Insula of the old world monkey. II: Afferent cortical input and comments on the claustrum
The afferent connections of the insula in the rhesus monkey were studied with axonal transport methods and revealed labeled neurons in the prefrontal cortex, the lateral orbital region, the frontopariefal operculum, the cingulate gyrus and adjacent medial cortex, and the posterior parietal lobe.
Polysensory and cortico-cortical projections to frontal lobe of squirrel and rhesus monkeys.
  • K. BignallM. Imbert
  • Biology, Psychology
    Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology
  • 1969