Dictionary of Human Evolution and Biology

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Lunate Sulcus

Crescent-shaped groove that approximates the anterior boundary of the visual cortex in anthropoids. The lunate sulcus is located farther back in human than in nonhuman primate brains, presumably because of the expansion of the parietal association cortex in front of the lunate sulcus.

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