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Fissure is the term that generally refers to the depression between the hemispheres of the brain the motor strip and sensory strip in the brain the frontal and parietal lobes in the brain all of the above

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    Brain fissures are the sunken-in valleys, or "cracks," that we can use to divide up many different regions of the brain. Take a look at this picture: http://classconnection.s3.amazonaws.com/33/flashcards/602033/jpg/primary_fissures_(sagittal_view)1318008125124.jpg Those colored lines show where some of the largest fissures of the brain are. The answer to your question would be "all of the above."

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