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gyrus

[′jī·rəs]
(anatomy)
One of the convolutions (ridges) on the surface of the cerebrum.
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We are proud that Aragon Research is recognizing our innovator position in enterprise learning," said Viren Kapadia , President and CEO at Gyrus Systems .
The other innovation was a modification to a classic neuropsychological test, allowing the researchers to evaluate memory function specifically localized to the dentate gyrus.
The group's takeover of Reading-based Gyrus for PS935m in 2008 was one of the deals called into question as part of a cover-up of the losses.
Thirty years after parts of The Lunt - the granary, gyrus and ramparts - were rebuilt in the early 1970s, serious money had to be spent repairing them.
Woodford says he was sacked for questioning the massive advisory fee for the Gyrus purchase as well as the three other deals, and for urging Kikukawa to step down.
Memorization: Areas of activation were observed in the medial frontal gyrus (BA10), the superior frontal gyrus (BA8) of the left hemisphere, the inferior frontal gyrusa(BA47), the superior temporal gyrus (BA22) and the medial tenporal gyrus (BA21).
Note the partially inverterted cingulate gyrus anteriorly while posteriorly the vertically oriented gyri and sulci radiate from the CSF space.
Scientists have shown that the left superior temporal gyrus may help connect the sounds of speech to written letters.
Gyrus boss Brian Steer said: "This offer is an outstanding opportunity.
MEDICAL equipment maker Gyrus was preparing for its assault on the market for general surgery after underlying profits more than doubled in 2005.
For example, when a girl skips rope, her mirror neurons fire in the inferior frontal gyrus of the brain.
Next-door, the angular gyrus (a gyrus is a "ridge" in the brain) helps to make sense of the words and letters we come across when reading.