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Brain Behav Evol (2021) 96 (4-6): 174–180.
Published Online: 13 October 2021
... Northcutt and his wife Mary-Sue on lungfishes, Hans ten Donkelaar and Wil Smeets on reptiles, etc. He also developed collaborations to enable new approaches in his lab, such as his work with Philip Vernier on dopamine receptors or with Sylvie Retaux on the expression of transcription factors. All...
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Brain Behav Evol (2019) 93 (4): 182–195.
Published Online: 22 August 2019
..., while selection pressures acting on body size, which are among the most prevalent in nature, are rarely acknowledged, leading to conflicting and confusing conclusions. We address these problems by comparing brain-body relationships from across >1,000 species of birds and non-avian reptiles. Relative...
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Brain Behav Evol (2017) 90 (3): 211–223.
Published Online: 23 November 2017
... 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. 2017 Ecomorph Mosaic evolution Concerted evolution Lizard Reptile Cognition...
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Brain Behav Evol (2016) 87 (3): 175–183.
Published Online: 24 August 2016
...Alice Schade Powers Studies of the relationship between behavioral plasticity and new cells in the adult brain in amphibians and reptiles are sparse but demonstrate that environmental and hormonal variables do have an effect on the amount of cell proliferation and/or migration. The variables...
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Brain Behav Evol (2014) 84 (3): 181–196.
Published Online: 07 October 2014
... the brain, our data show that seasonal changes in cell migration into the parenchyma are region specific. In red-sided garter snakes and other reptiles, the dorsal and medial cortex is important for spatial navigation and memory, whereas the nucleus sphericus, septal nucleus, and preoptic area/hypothalamus...
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Brain Behav Evol (2014) 84 (1): 8–18.
Published Online: 22 July 2014
..., instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Brain evolution Comparative neuroanatomy Habitat complexity Reptile In the case of behavior, it has been documented that species of anoles belonging to the same ecomorph exhibit similar foraging strategies, movement...
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Brain Behav Evol (2012) 80 (3): 170–180.
Published Online: 17 August 2012
... additional evidence supporting the hypothesis that concerted brain evolution might result from a conserved pattern of brain development common to all vertebrates. More generally, our findings highlight the necessity of further studies of brain evolution in reptiles as they can provide valuable insights...
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Brain Behav Evol (2010) 75 (2): 104–110.
Published Online: 23 March 2010
... and other galliform birds. To this end, we examined embryonic brains of several avian species (emus, parrots, songbirds, waterfowl, galliform birds), reptiles (3 lizard species, alligators, turtles) and a monotreme (platypuses). Brain region volumes were estimated from serial Nissl-stained sections. We...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 6 (1-6): 26–41.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
...W. Riss; R.A. Pedersen; J.S. Jakway; C.B. Ware A reptile has been found with corticaldevelopment intermediate between that of other reptiles and that of mammals. The reptile, a side-necked turtle, shows evidence of considerably more corticothalamic relationships than other reptiles. The usefulness...
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Brain Behav Evol (1990) 36 (5): 262–270.
Published Online: 30 January 2008
..., 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. Reptile Lizard Sexual behavior Differentiation Sexual dimorphism Brain...
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Brain Behav Evol (1990) 36 (1): 59–72.
Published Online: 30 January 2008
...(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. PNMT Immunohistochemistry Lizard Reptile Adrenaline Catecholamine Brain Brain Behav Evol 1990;36:59-72 © I 9 9 0 S...
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Brain Behav Evol (1990) 36 (6): 378–390.
Published Online: 30 January 2008
.... The results indicate that the distribution of ChAT-positive somata in the telencephalon in reptiles is comparable to that in mammals; however, the relation of cholinergic somata and ChAT-positive neuropil seen in the striatum of G. gecko is different from that in mammals. © 1990 S. Karger AG, Basel 1990...
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Brain Behav Evol (1992) 40 (1): 17–24.
Published Online: 18 January 2008
... to in the content or advertisements. Reptile 2-Deoxyglucose Sexual behavior Preoptic area Original Paper Brain Bchav Evoi 1992;40:17-24 Ethan E. Allen David Crews Institute of Reproductive Biology, Department of Zoology. University of Texas, Austin, Tex.. USA Sexual Behavior and 2-Deoxyglucose Uptake...
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Brain Behav Evol (1995) 45 (6): 339–349.
Published Online: 15 January 2008
... Serotonin Epinephrine Dopamine Norepinephrine Reptile Hindbrain Dominant Subordinate Differential activation Electrode array HPLC Original Paper Brain Behav Evol 1995;45:339-349 Cliff H. SummersJ h Neil Greenberg Graduate Program in Ethology. University of Tennessee. Knoxville. Tenn...
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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...