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Fig. 2. From: Hierarchical Genetic Organization of Human Cortical Surface Area.

Genetic similarity matrix and dendrogram. The color scale represents the weighted mean genetic correlations within and between clusters. Negative genetic correlations indicate that the genes that cause areal expansion in anterior regions also cause relative areal contraction in posterior regions and vice versa (8).

Chi-Hua Chen, et al. Science. ;335(6076):1634-1636.
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Fig. 1. From: Hierarchical Genetic Organization of Human Cortical Surface Area.

Genetic clustering map for 12-cluster solution. 1, motor-premotor cortex; 2, dorsolateral prefrontal cortex; 3, dorsomedial frontal cortex; 4, orbitofrontal cortex; 5, pars opercularis and subcentral region; 6, superior temporal cortex; 7, posterolateral temporal cortex; 8, anteromedial temporal cortex; 9, inferior parietal cortex; 10, superior parietal cortex; 11, precuneus; and 12, occipital cortex. Views shown from left to right are, respectively, superior, left hemisphere lateral, right hemisphere lateral, left hemisphere medial, right hemisphere medial, and inferior.

Chi-Hua Chen, et al. Science. ;335(6076):1634-1636.

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