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Cerebellar inputs in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Cerebellar inputs in the American alligator (Alligator mississippiensis)
Crocodilians (alligators, crocodiles and gharials) are the closet living relatives to birds, and as such, represent a key ...
Evolution and development of amygdala subdivisions: pallial, subpallial and beyond
Evolution and development of amygdala subdivisions: pallial, subpallial and beyond
The amygdala is a central node in functional networks regulating emotions, social behavior and social cognition. It develo...
Comparative Neuroanatomy of the Mechanosensory Subgenual Organ Complex in the Peruvian Stick Insect, Oreophoetes peruana
Comparative Neuroanatomy of the Mechanosensory Subgenual Organ Complex in the Peruvian Stick Insect, Oreophoetes peruana
The subgenual organ complex in the leg of Polyneoptera (Insecta) consists of several chordotonal organs specialized to det...
The Everted Amygdala of Ray-Finned Fish—Zebrafish Makes a Case
The Everted Amygdala of Ray-Finned Fish—Zebrafish Makes a Case
The amygdala, a complex array of nuclei in the forebrain, controls emotions and emotion-related behaviors in vertebrates. ...
The neuromeric/prosomeric model in teleost fish neurobiology
The neuromeric/prosomeric model in teleost fish neurobiology
The neuromeric/prosomeric model has been rejuvenated by Puelles and Rubenstein (1993). Here, its application to the (teleo...
Comparative neuroanatomy of the mechanosensory subgenual organ complex in the Peruvian stick insect, Oreophoetes peruana
Comparative neuroanatomy of the mechanosensory subgenual organ complex in the Peruvian stick insect, Oreophoetes peruana
The subgenual organ complex in the leg of Polyneoptera (Insecta) consist of several chordotonal organs specialised to dete...
Organizational conservation and flexibility in the evolution of birdsong and avian motor control
Organizational conservation and flexibility in the evolution of birdsong and avian motor control
Birds and mammals have independently evolved complex behavioral and cognitive capabilities yet have markedly different bra...
ANALYSIS OF THE PALLIAL AMYGDALA IN ANURANS: DERIVATIVES AND CELLULAR COMPONENTS
ANALYSIS OF THE PALLIAL AMYGDALA IN ANURANS: DERIVATIVES AND CELLULAR COMPONENTS
The amygdaloid complex plays a crucial role in socio-emotional conduct, learning, survival, and reproductive behaviors. It...
Neurogenetic Heterochrony in Chick, Lizard, and Rat Mapped with Wholemount Acetylcholinesterase and the Prosomeric Model
Neurogenetic Heterochrony in Chick, Lizard, and Rat Mapped with Wholemount Acetylcholinesterase and the Prosomeric Model
In the developing brain, the phenomenon of neurogenesis is manifested heterotopically, that is, much the same neurogenetic...
Epilogue. A tribute to Luis Puelles and Agustin Gonzalez
Epilogue. A tribute to Luis Puelles and Agustin Gonzalez
The scientific context of the special issue dedicated to Luis Puelles and Agustin Gonzalez is given in this short epilogue.
Evolution of developmental timing as a driving force of brain diversity
Evolution of developmental timing as a driving force of brain diversity
The question of how complex traits originate and diversify has marveled naturalists for millennia. From the notion of deve...
Neurogenetic heterochrony in chick, lizard and rat mapped with wholemount AChE and the prosomeric model.
Neurogenetic heterochrony in chick, lizard and rat mapped with wholemount AChE and the prosomeric model.
In the developing brain, the phenomenon of neurogenesis is manifested heterotopically, that is, much the same neurogenetic...
Relative brain volume of carnivorans has evolved in correlation with environmental and dietary variables differentially among clades
Relative brain volume of carnivorans has evolved in correlation with environmental and dietary variables differentially among clades
Carnivorans possess relatively large brains compared to most other mammalian clades. Factors like environmental complexity...
Role of melatonin in temperature-induced activation of the neuroendocrine reproductive axis in garter snakes.
Role of melatonin in temperature-induced activation of the neuroendocrine reproductive axis in garter snakes.
An animal’s ability to respond optimally to changing environmental conditions is paramount to successfully reproducing and...
The tempo of mammalian embryogenesis: variation in the pace of brain and body development
The tempo of mammalian embryogenesis: variation in the pace of brain and body development
Why do some species develop rapidly, while others develop slowly? Mammals are highly variable in the pace of growth and de...