Inter hemispheric fissure.
longitudinal fissure separates the the right and left cerebral hemisphere.
it separates the cerebrum into left and right hemispheres.
The brains of many animals (including humans) are partially divided by a deep central groove, running from the front of the head to the back. The portions of the cerebrum to each side of the groove form the left and right hemispheres.
The coronary sulcus is the groove that separates the atria from the ventricles. It can also be called the coronary groove or AV groove.
the interventricular sulcus is the groove that separates the ventricles
This is called the longitudinal fissure. The halves are not actually separate.
Anterior and Posterior Interventricular Sulcus. Sulcus meaning "groove" .
Parts of the Brain: Cerebrum-largest part of brain, 7/8 total mass of the brain. * 2 cerebral hemispheres: # ridges- gyri # grooves- sulci *Gyrus(gyri)-is a ridge on the cerebral cortex. Folds on the brain material. Many ridgescalled convolutions, or gyri, or gyrus, separated by grooves, mark the cerebrum's surface. *Sulcus(sulci)-shallow grooves on the brain. Generally, a shallow to somewhat deep groove is called a sulcus, or sulci, and a very deep groove is called a fissure.
The groove in a cat's canine teeth is called a vertical groove. The groove gives the cat the ability to catch and tear food.
a groove is called a sulcus, but a deep groove is called a fissure.