situated beneath the cortex.
- sub·cor·ti·cal·ly, adverb
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How to use subcortical in a sentence
Real time and delayed effects of subcortical low intensity focused ultrasound.My Lab Uses Ultrasound to Stimulate Unconscious Patients - Facts So Romantic | Joshua Cain | June 15, 2021 | Nautilus
Manipulation of subcortical and deep cortical activity in the primate brain using transcranial focused ultrasound stimulation.My Lab Uses Ultrasound to Stimulate Unconscious Patients - Facts So Romantic | Joshua Cain | June 15, 2021 | Nautilus
But the greatest number of prolegs is to be found in the Brazil subcortical larva lately mentioned.
subcortical; hexapod; antenn obsolete: body much depressed, with the last segment elongate, terminating in three or more mucros.
As the above pup are usually subterranean or subcortical, the spines assist in pushing them out of the ground, &c.