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Comparative vertebrate neuroanatomy : evolution and adaptation

Author: Ann B Butler; William Hodos
Publisher: New York [etc.] : Wiley-Interescience, 2005.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Ann B Butler; William Hodos
ISBN: 0471210056 9780471210054
OCLC Number: 1025242615
Description: XXI, 715 p. : il. ; 29 cm.
Contents: 1. Evolution and variation --
2. Neurons and sensory receptors --
3. The vertebrate central nervous system --
4. Vertebrate phylogeny and diversity in brain organization --
5. Evolution and adaptation of the brain,behavior and intelligence --
6. Theories of brain evolution --
7. Overview of Spinal Cord and Hindbrain --
8. The Spinal Cord --
9. Segmental organization of the head,brain,and cranial nerves --
10. Functional organization of the cranial nerves --
11. Sensory cranial nerves of the brainstem --
12. Motor cranial nerves --
13. The reticular formation --
14. The cerebellum --
15. Overview of the midbrain --
16. Isthmus --
17. Tegmentum and tori --
18. Optic Tectum --
19. Overview of the forebrain --
20. Pretectum.Accessory optic system,and migrated posterior tuberculum --
21. Epithalamus --
22. Dorsal thalamus --
23. The visceral brain:the Hypothalamus and the autonomic nervous system --
24. Basal telencephalon --
25. Nonlimbic pallium --
26. Visual forebrain in amniotis --
27. Somatosensory and motor forebrain in amniotes --
28. Auditory and vocal forebrain in amniotes --
29. Terminal nerve and olfactory forebrain --
30. Limbic telencephalom --
31. Evolution of brain:a bilateral view
Responsibility: Ann B. Butler, William Hodos.
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