Origin of parietal
OTHER WORDS FROM parietalin·ter·pa·ri·e·tal, adjectivesub·pa·ri·e·tal, adjectivetrans·pa·ri·e·tal, adjective
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Electrodes picked up nerve cell signals in his posterior parietal cortex, a brain area involved in speech and hand movements.New brain implants ‘read’ words directly from people’s thoughts|Laura Sanders|November 15, 2022|Science News
In the first experiment, Reinhart and his colleagues delivered pulses of activity to match the natural rhythms of each region—high frequencies for the prefrontal cortex and low frequencies for the parietal lobe.Brain stimulation can improve the memory of older people|Jessica Hamzelou|August 22, 2022|MIT Technology Review
Similarly, when she was asked to imagine walking through the rooms of her home, regions of the brain involved in spatial navigation, such as the posterior parietal cortex, became active.New Research Shows How Dopamine Plays a Key Role in Consciousness|Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian|August 12, 2021|Singularity Hub
For this study, the team aimed the pulses at the posterior parietal cortex, a part of the “motor” aspect of the brain, which plans movement.How Scientists Used Ultrasound to Read Monkeys’ Minds|Shelly Fan|March 30, 2021|Singularity Hub
The cavity in the parietal part of the plates alone becomes the true body-cavity.
The vertebral portion of each plate with its contained cavity then becomes divided off from the parietal.
Hence the structure of the radius is essentially the same with that of the parietal portion of the compartment.
The ends of these threads of corium generally deposit transverse calcareous septa, exactly as within the parietal tubes.
The basal radiating pores, like the parietal pores, are closed at intervals by calcareous transverse septa.