LSD affects the gating process—so much more information is sent to the cortex to be processed.
Brain death implies the complete and permanent absence of neurological function in the cortex and the brainstem.
As already indicated, no portion of the cortex, not even the sensory areas, is directly connected with any sense organ.
The bony trabeculae and the cortex are destroyed only secondarily.
The relation of the cortex cerebri to human vision can be summarized briefly as follows.
If the cortex is or has been involved in its production, it is not a spasm.
It is for this reason that the cortex is called the seat of consciousness, and that mind is said to reside in the brain.
Yet the cortex plays no part therein; the act is automatic from the beginning.
It is these movements which suffer most heavily and for the longest period after injury of the motor region of the cortex.
This substance was recovered by them from the cortex of the adrenal gland.
cortex cor·tex (kôr'těks')
n. pl. cor·tex·es or cor·ti·ces (-tĭ-sēz')
The outer layer of an internal organ or body structure, as of the kidney.
The cerebral cortex.
An experimental slow controls project at CERN.