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IPA (International Phonetic Alphabet) of cerebral cortex

The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of cerebral cortex:
/sɛɹəbɹəl kɔɹtɛks/

Derived Form of cerebral

comparitive: more cerebral
superlative: most cerebral
involving intelligence rather than emotions or instinct
  1. a cerebral approach to the problem
  2. cerebral drama
See alsocerebrally,
of or relating to the cerebrum or brain
  1. cerebral hemisphere
  2. cerebral activity
See alsocerebrally, cerebrum,

Derived Form of cortex

plural: cortices
the layer of unmyelinated neurons (the grey matter) forming the cortex of the cerebrum
Synonymscerebral cortex, cerebral mantle, pallium,
Hyponymsarchipallium, neopallium,
Hypernymsneural structure,
Meronymscortical area, frontal lobe, Golgi's cell, occipital lobe, parietal lobe, prefrontal lobe, temporal lobe,
the tissue forming the outer layer of an organ or structure in plant or animal
Hyponymsadrenal cortex, renal cortex,
Hypernymsanimal tissue, plant tissue,
Type ofanimal tissue, plant tissue,
Typesadrenal cortex, renal cortex,
See alsocortical,
the tissue that surrounds the lens nucleus
Synonymslens cortex,
Hypernymsanimal tissue,
the layer of unmyelinated neurons (the gray matter) forming the cortex of the cerebrum
Synonymscerebral cortex, cerebral mantle, pallium,
Partscortical area, cortical region, frontal lobe, Golgi cell, Golgi's cell, gray matter, gray substance, grey matter, grey substance, occipital lobe, parietal lobe, prefrontal lobe, substantia grisea, temporal lobe,
Type ofneural structure,
Typesarchipallium, neocortex, neopallium, paleocortex,
Part ofcerebrum,
See alsosubcortical,

cerebral cortex on Youtube

  1. From cerebral cortex down to cerebellar cortex.
  2. From cerebral cortex pyramidal cells to cerebellar cortex.
  3. somewhere in the cerebral cortex I began
  4. #23: A cat's cerebral cortex contains 300 million neurons. Just for comparison, dogs
  5. How does that work?! How do- how does it work? Am I tapping into their cerebral cortex?
  6. your cerebral cortex gets from Victoria's Secret and pretends its for its girlfriend...
  7. bit closer to the cerebral cortex where
  8. Our brains are contralateral, which means that the left hemisphere of the cerebral cortex,
  9. the caudate nucleus, the cerebral cortex, a huge, newest part of the brain
  10. Low doses of barbiturates can impair the functioning of the cerebral cortex by disabling
  11. the cerebral cortex were also affected by fatal familial insomnia.
  12. heart, a cerebral cortex and by incorporating muscles used for aquatic movement into respiration
  13. of them would get there but our brains, with the large, folded forebrain and cerebral cortex
  14. Reichal and his team scientists can study in some detail the two enormous folded sheets of out of rain called the cerebral cortex
  15. They were especially interested in the claustrum a thin sheet of nerve cells that sits at the bottom of the cerebral cortex
  16. proprioception all this we have to take up to the cerebral cortex but we are
  17. - something beyond your cerebral cortex. - I'm not accexing anything.
  18. be a pyramidal cell in cerebral cortex,
  19. to neopalleum - that is, on the cerebral cortex.
  20. forming the nigrostriatal pathway, which helps to stimulate the cerebral cortex and initiate