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The brain of a black monkey, Macacus maurus: The relative prominence of different gyri
The Anatomical Record
This brain measures 7 em. from frontal to occipital pole. Its greatest transverse measurement is 6.2 em. ; and 4.5 em. is the height of a cerebral hemisphere. The entire weight equals 114.95 grams, of which the cerebrum comprises 103.29 grams and the rhombencephalon 11.66 grams. The measurements are approximately proportional to the corresponding dimensions of the human brain; but the relative weight of the cerebrum is nine-tenths of the whole brain. In man the cerebrum constitutes seven-eightsdoi:10.1002/ar.1090080504 fatcat:ermr46blpvaubihmyo26otfuxa