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Brain Behav Evol (2017) 90 (1): 41–52.
Published Online: 04 September 2017
... formation of lizards ( a ) and turtles ( b ). Shades of green indicate different models of the extent of the hippocampal formation in reptiles. c , d Dorsal view of the cerebral cortex in a lizard ( c ; adapted from Platel [1969]) and a turtle ( d ; adapted from Schepers [1948]). All studies agree...
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Brain Behav Evol (2016) 87 (3): 175–183.
Published Online: 24 August 2016
... 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. Amphibian Reptile Lizard Turtle Snake Frog Salamander Neurogenesis Season Testosterone Adult...
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Brain Behav Evol (1971) 4 (5): 356–375.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...M.G. Belekhova; A.A. Kosareva On the basis of electrophysiological experiments performed on turtles (Emys orbicularis, Testudo horsfieldi), the thalamus was subdivided into three zones: lateral, predominantly visual; ventral, predominantly somato-sensory; and medio-central. Morphological...
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Brain Behav Evol (1971) 4 (5): 337–355.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...M.G. Belekhova; A.A. Kosareva On the basis of electrophysiological experiments performed on turtles (Emys orbicularis, Testudohorsfieldi), the thalamus was subdivided into three zones: lateral, predominantly visual; ventral, predominantly somato-sensory; and medio-central. Morphological experiments...
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Brain Behav Evol (1977) 14 (4): 251–260.
Published Online: 03 April 2008
...Andrew H. Bass In a previous experiment, it was demonstrated that the removal of portions of the optic tectum in a turtle, Podocnemis unifilis, impaired its ability to perform a horizontal vs. vertical line discrimination task. To further elucidate the nature of this deficit, turtles (P. unifilis...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 240–255.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
...D.R. Hertzler The optokinetic response was used to assess the relationship between the optic tectum and primitive cortex. The effects of monocular vision as well as transection of the optic tectum commissure on movement detection in the turtle was examined. Ablation of the cortex or tectum...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 176–187.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
...J.H. Maxwell; A.M. Granda The present study uses a behavioral avoidance paradigm to trace the course of dark adaptation in the turtle, Pseudemys. The results indicate that the turtle has a multiprocess visual system whose spectral sensitivity shifts from a maximum in the long-wavelength region when...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 155–175.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
...V.A. Graf Critical fusion frequency as a function of luminance and wavelength for the fresh-water turtle (Chrysemys picta picta) is reported. The data show that this turtle has two visual mechanisms that differ in frequency response. In addition, intensity and wavelength preferences were studied...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 95–113.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
... 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. Turtle Hedgehog Optic system Thalamus Cortex Retinal projections...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 124–142.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
...D.O. Robbins Spectral curves were derived for cells isolated in the optic tectum of turtle. All cells were most sensitive to the red region of the spectrum with some cells showing a secondary peak in the blue-green region. The majority of cells showed an on-off response to wide field stimulation...
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Brain Behav Evol (1972) 5 (2-3): 256–263.
Published Online: 27 March 2008
... 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. Dorsal cortex General cortex Turtle Activity Eating Learning Brain, Behav. Evol. 5...
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Brain Behav Evol (1991) 38 (1): 7–19.
Published Online: 30 January 2008
...Julio C. Velluti; Raél E. Russo; Franco Simini; Elio García-Austt An experimental stable model of an in vitro turtle brain (Chrysemys d'orbigny) was developed in order to compare electrographic activity (EEG) with transmembrane potentials. Two preparations were used: a whole intact hemisphere...
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Brain Behav Evol (1993) 41 (1): 6–13.
Published Online: 17 January 2008
... to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Nucleus abducens Motoneurons Interneurons Mauremys caspica Oculomotor system Horseradish peroxidase Turtle Original Paper Brain Behav Evol 1993:41:6-13 B. Cabrera...
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