1-20 of 24
Keywords: Mammal
Close
Follow your search
Access your saved searches in your account

Would you like to receive an alert when new items match your search?
Close Modal
Sort by
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2023) 98 (2): 107–120.
Published Online: 22 June 2023
...Ana M. Balcarcel; Dylan Bastiaans; Maeva J. Orliac Endocranial casts are capable of capturing the general brain form in extinct mammals due to the high fidelity of the endocranial cavity and the brain in this clade. Camelids, the clade including extant camels, llamas, and alpacas, today display...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2016) 88 (1): 14–24.
Published Online: 26 August 2016
...Andrew C. Halley Variation in relative brain size among adult mammals is produced by different patterns of brain and body growth across ontogeny. Fetal development plays a central role in generating this diversity, and aspects of prenatal physiology such as maternal relative metabolic rate...
Journal Articles
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2015) 86 (3-4): 210–231.
Published Online: 28 November 2015
... distributions of the cerebral cortex in sirenians within the context of other afrotherians and aquatic mammals. The present study investigated two cortical regions, dorsolateral cortex area 1 (DL1) and cluster cortex area 2 (CL2), in the presumptive primary somatosensory cortex (S1) in Florida manatees...
Journal Articles
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2011) 76 (3-4): 289–300.
Published Online: 04 December 2010
...Christine J. Charvet To date, most studies comparing birds and mammals have focused on the similarities in brain development, architecture and connectivity. However, major differences in size, anatomy and organization exist in the telencephalon of adult birds and mammals. For instance, the septum...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2010) 75 (2): 104–110.
Published Online: 23 March 2010
... 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. Bird Development Mammal Monotreme Reptile Tectum Vision National Institutes...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (1968) 1 (1): 43–57.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...K.E. Achenbach; D.C. Goodman Brain Behav. Evol. I: 43-57 (1968) Cerebellar pathways Cortical lesions Mammal Deep nuclear lesions Nauta-Gygax method Rat Fastigiospinal projection Cerebellar Projections to Pons, Medulla and Spinal Cord in the Albino R at1 K. E. A chenbach and D. C. G oodman...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (1997) 50 (4): 213–221.
Published Online: 09 January 2008
.... University of Maryland. College Park. Md.. Parmly Hearing Institute and Department of Psychology, Loyola University Chicago, Chicago. 111., USA Evolution of the Ear and Hearing: Issues and Questions Key Words Fish Amphibian Mammal Bird ear Otolithic organ Frequency analysis Hearing Sound localization...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (1995) 46 (4-5): 224–234.
Published Online: 08 January 2008
... number of evolutionary changes – we have reevaluated comparisons of tetrapod limbic systems. Given the current data, the following points appear to be justified: (1) the common ancestors of reptiles and mammals had a well-developed limbic system in which the basic subdivisions and connections...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2005) 67 (1): 39–52.
Published Online: 14 December 2005
... 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. Mouse Eye Photoreceptor Ganglion cell Evolution Domestication Vision Mammal National Institutes of Health...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2005) 66 (2): 114–136.
Published Online: 29 July 2005
... from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Acetylcholinesterase Cytochrome oxidase Marsupial NADPH diaphorase Neocortex Neurofilament protein SMI-32 immunoreactivity Mammal Original Paper Brain Behav Evol 2005;66:114 136 DOI: 10.1159...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2005) 66 (2): 88–98.
Published Online: 29 July 2005
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Neocortex Scaling Area Connectivity Comparative Mammal A central feature of the mammalian neocortex – noticed ever since Brodmann [Garey, 1999...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2005) 65 (3): 143–156.
Published Online: 07 March 2005
...(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. Myelin basic protein Mammal Marsupial Motor systems Myelin Ontogenesis Opossum Proteolipid protein Spinal cord...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2003) 62 (1): 1–12.
Published Online: 14 August 2003
..., as seen in eutherian mammals. Control animals had similar numbers of labeled cells 24 h and 1 month after 3 H-thymidine injection. An enriched environment resulted in similar numbers of cells being generated as controls. However, there was a significant decline in the number of labeled cells one month...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2003) 61 (2): 102–112.
Published Online: 31 March 2003
... evolved in marine mammals. For the acquisition of matching with perspective line drawings the animal was shown different training figures the graphical appearance of which had been changed during several training sessions from the black two-dimensional stimuli used by Mauck and Dehnhardt [1997...
Journal Articles
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2002) 60 (2): 101–116.
Published Online: 30 September 2002
.... Mammal Primate New World monkey Saddle-back tamarin Motor cortex Face area Tongue control The differentiation of phonemes in human speech is mainly made by articulatory tongue movements, that is, changes in the resonance frequencies of the supralaryngeal tract, but vocal differentiation...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2002) 59 (3): 141–154.
Published Online: 11 July 2002
...R.L. Reep; C.D. Marshall; M.L. Stoll Previous reports have suggested that the sparsely distributed hairs found on the entire postcranial body of sirenians are all sinus type tactile hairs. This would represent a unique arrangement because no other mammal has been reported to possess tactile hairs...
Journal Articles
Brain Behav Evol (2002) 59 (3): 114–129.
Published Online: 11 July 2002
... their existence and location. These areas include the first and second visual areas, V1 and V2, which are found in almost all mammals, and the middle temporal visual area, MT (or V5), which appears to exist in all primates. Other areas have not been consistently recognized, or the extents and locations...