Inward Folds of Cerebral Tissue Are Called?

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An inwards fold of cerebral tissue is called sulcus. Sulcus can also be defined as a trench, furrow, or groove. The sulcus seperates the gyri. The gyri is found on the cerebral hemispheres.
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