I found a brief intro to the genetic factor of human intelligence: "Biology of human intelligence" by J A Böök (1976).
Also it is known that gyrus hipocampii is basis of STM which have role in general factor. What I can't find is how the biology of the brain is connected to IQ measurement.
What is neurobiology, physiology and anatomy basis of human intelligence in general?
Edit: is there any revue article which summarizes neurobiology, physiology and anatomy basis of human intelligence in general?
The book "Behavior Genetics Principles: Perspectives in Development, Personality, and Psychopathology", edited by Lisabeth F Dilalla (American Psychological Association, 2004), explains the genetic basis of personality. I am looking for a similar book or article which summarizes the physiological and anatomical basis of intelligence.