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Brain Behav Evol (2020) 95 (3-4): 181–202.
Published Online: 30 October 2020
... or services advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Adaptation Animal behavior...
Brain Behav Evol (2015) 86 (1): 6–16.
Published Online: 24 September 2015
... or services advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Adaptation Bat echolocation...
Brain Behav Evol (2013) 82 (3): 147–149.
Published Online: 06 September 2013
...Stephen H. Montgomery 6 9 2013 Under the view above, changes in proportional size are also adaptive, as they are products of an allometry imposed by functional constraint, so an increase in proportional size serves to maintain the basic functional relationship, perhaps by maintaining...
Brain Behav Evol (2012) 80 (2): 80–96.
Published Online: 13 September 2012
... line, electroreception, and audition in a large range of species in order to identify specific adaptations, the range of sensitivity thresholds, and the compromise between sensory spatial resolution and sensitivity. In addition, we can quantitatively assess the convergence of sensory input...
Brain Behav Evol (1983) 23 (1-2): 7–13.
Published Online: 18 March 2008
... might well serve distinct functions. Adaptation to the cause of space sickness probably results from readjustment of a cerebellar circuit or of a humoral factor acting on the CTZ, rather than from stimulus-receptor desensitization. Space sickness must, for purposes of investigation, be treated...
Brain Behav Evol (1987) 30 (1-2): 82–102.
Published Online: 20 February 2008
... structures of the cochlea may be an adaptation to the acoustical environment in arid habitats. 20 2 2008 Acoustic nerv Adaptation Habitats Basilar membrane Claudius' cells Cochlear microphonic potentials Cochlear specializations Gerbils Hair cell density Hearing range Hensen's cells...
Brain Behav Evol (1989) 33 (6): 356–364.
Published Online: 06 February 2008
...K. Fukushima; J. Fukushima; T. Ohashi; Y. Suzuki; M. Kase Experiments were performed in alert cats to examine adaptive changes of the vertical vestibulo-ocular reflex (VOR) induced by tenectomy of the vertical recti muscles of one eye and behavior of neurons in the region of the interstitial...
Brain Behav Evol (1991) 38 (4-5): 240–254.
Published Online: 30 January 2008
...Andrew Bass; Robert Baker Evolutionary neurobiologists want to know how neuronal properties (or traits) have been modified to subserve adaptive changes in behavioral phenotypes. Homology can provide a conceptual framework to distinguish the separate contributions of phylogenetic factors and current...
Brain Behav Evol (1995) 45 (2): 96–109.
Published Online: 15 January 2008
... there was any evidence of adaptation in brain structure. A previously published data set was also reanalysed. Arboreal frogs have larger body-size corrected brains than frogs from other habitats. Arboreal ranid (Platymantis vitiensis) and hylid (Hyla versicolor) possess slightly larger cerebella than the ranids...
Brain Behav Evol (1997) 50 (3): 167–182.
Published Online: 09 January 2008
... source of hypotheses concerning the way the nervous system functions under various environmental conditions and how it has responded to natural selection. Adaptation Ecomorphology Evolutionary patterns Taste Vision Lateral line Sensory diversification Comparative morphology Brain, Behavior...
Brain Behav Evol (2008) 71 (2): 115–126.
Published Online: 21 November 2007
... in homing pigeons. This finding is in contrast to the predictions of the ‘regression hypothesis’ of brain alteration under domestication. Among the domestic pigeons homing pigeons have significantly larger olfactory bulbs. These data are interpreted as representing a functional adaptation to homing...
Brain Behav Evol (2002) 59 (5-6): 273–293.
Published Online: 29 August 2002
... information? This might be the case if these commonalities are convergent adaptations that serve similar functions, but similar features can be present in disparate animals for other reasons. For example, similar features may be present because of inheritance from a common ancestor (homology), may represent...