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Grey matter

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Zhang & Sejnowski (2000)
Power law relationship between cortical white matter and grey matter across 56 species of mammals.

Grey matter is the name given to the tightly packed neuronal cell bodies which can be found in the central nervous system and especially the brain and neocortex. The axons within the grey matter are usually not myelinated.