gyrencephalic

Denoting brains, such as that of humans, in which the cerebral cortex has convolutions, in contrast to the lissencephalic (smooth) brains of small mammals such as the rodents. ... Origin: G. Gyros, ring (gyrus), + enkaphale, brain ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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gyrencephalic

(ji″rәn-sә-falĀ“ik) pertaining to the Gyrencephala. having cerebral hemispheres marked by convolutions.
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gyrencephalic

gyrencephalic Referring to the presence of convolutions in the cerebral cortex.
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gyrencephalic

Type: Term Pronunciation: jī′ren-sĕ-fal′ik Definitions: 1. Denoting brains, such as that of humans, in which the cerebral cortex has convolutions, in contrast to the lissencephalic (smooth) brains of small mammals (rodents).
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Gyrencephalic

when the cerebral cortex is highly folded and convuluted (due to gyri and sulci)
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