Further observations on parieto-temporal connections in the rhesus monkey

  title={Further observations on parieto-temporal connections in the rhesus monkey},
  author={Benjamin Seltzer and Deepak N. Pandya},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
SummaryThe origin, course, and termination of parieto-temporal connections in the rhesus monkey were studied by autoradiographic techniques. The caudal third of the inferior parietal lobule (including the adjacent lower bank of the intraparietal sulcus) is the chief source of these projections. It projects to three separate architectonic areas in the superior temporal sulcus and to three different areas on the ventral surface of the temporal lobe: the parahippocampal gyrus, presubiculum, and… 

Posterior parietal projections to the intraparietal sulcus of the rhesus monkey

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The superior parietal lobule of primates: a sensory-motor hub for interaction with the environment.

The anatomical subdivision, the cortico-cortical and thalamo- cortical connections of the macaque superior parietal lobule compared with their functional properties and the homology with human organization in physiological and lesioned situations are reviewed.

Connection patterns distinguish 3 regions of human parietal cortex.

Three regions of the macaque inferior parietal lobule and adjacent lateral intraparietal sulcus (IPS) are distinguished by the relative strengths of their connections with the superior colliculus,

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Cortical connections of the inferior parietal cortical convexity of the macaque monkey.

The present data challenge the bipartite subdivision of the IPL convexity into a caudal and a rostral area and provide a new anatomical frame of reference of the macaque IPL conveyxity that advances present knowledge on the functional organization of this cortical sector, giving new insight into its possible role in space perception and motor control.

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Microarchitecture and connectivity of the parietal lobe.

Organization of the Human Inferior Parietal Lobule Based on Receptor Architectonics

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Patterns of connections from the striate cortex to cortical visual areas in superior temporal sulcus of macaque and middle temporal gyrus of owl monkey

  • V. Montero
  • Biology
    The Journal of comparative neurology
  • 1980
Results show that connections from area 17 to area MT in owl monkey were analyzed in a comparative study, and that those arising in separate, but neighboring regions of 17, may greatly overlap in MT.

Some cortical projections to the parahippocampal area in the rhesus monkey

Some observations on the course and composition of the cingulum bundle in the rhesus monkey

The course and composition of the cingulum bundle was examined by using the autoradiographic tracer technique in the rhesus monkey to consist of three major fiber components originating from thalamus, cingulate gyrus, and cortical association areas.

The striate projection zone in the superior temporal sulcus of Macaca mulatta: Location and topographic organization

In the rhesus monkey, the caudal portion of the superior temporal sulcus (STS) receives a direct projection from lateral striate cortex, the striate area representing central vision. The present

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The location, topographic organization, and function of the middle temporal visual area in the macaque monkey was studied using anatomical and physiological techniques, with the emphasis on central vision being similar to that found in striate cortex.