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The organization and projections of the paleostriatal complex in the pigeon (columba livia)
The paleostriatal complex (PC) of the pigeon lies in the basolateral wall of telencephalon, and consists of three major subdivisions: the paleostriatum augmentatum (PA), paleostriatum primitivumExpand
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Organization and efferent connections of the archistriatum of the mallard, Anas platyrhynchos L.: An anterograde and retrograde tracing study
The intratelencephalic and descending connections of the archistriatum of the mallard were studied using anterograde and retrograde tracers. Autoradiography after injections of [3H]‐leucine served toExpand
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The efferent connections of the nuclei of the descending trigeminal tract in the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos L.)
The efferent and intranuclear connections of the nuclei of the descending trigeminal tract of the mallard have been studied with lesion methods, and by axonal transport techniques followingExpand
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The trigeminal system in the pigeon (Columba livia) I. Projections of the Gasserian ganglion
The central projection of the Gasserian ganglion were investigated in the pigeon, Columba livia. Lesions were placed in the ganglion either by direct surgical exposure or stereotaxically, andExpand
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Studies on the somatotopy of the trigeminal system in the mallard, Anas platyrhynchos L. III. Afferents and organization of the nucleus basalis
The ascending projections from the principal sensory nuclues V (PrV) have been studied by tracing degeneration after lesions in the PrV and by injections of HRP into the projection zone of PrV. TheExpand
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Afferent connections of nervus facialis and nervus glossopharyngeus in the pigeon (Columba livia) and their role in feeding behavior.
  • J. Dubbeldam
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brain, behavior and evolution
  • 1984
The afferent connections of the facial nerve and glossopharyngeal nerve in the pigeon have been studied with the Fink-Heimer I method after ganglion lesions. The nucleus ventrolateralis anterior ofExpand
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Studies on the somatotopy of the trigeminal system in the mallard, anas platyrhynchos L. II. Morphology of the principal sensory nucleus
  • J. Dubbeldam
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of comparative neurology
  • 15 June 1980
The projections from the ophthalmic, maxillary, and mandibular parts of the trigeminal ganglion upon the principal sensory trigeminal nucleus (PrV) in the mallard have been studied with theExpand
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The subnuclei and primary afferents of the descending trigeminal system in the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos L.)
The descending trigeminal tract and its nuclei were described in the mallard (Anas platyrhynchos L.). The borders of the system were established in Fink-Heimer preparations after unilateral lesionsExpand
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Brainstem mechanisms for feeding in birds: interaction or plasticity. A functional-anatomical consideration of the pathways.
  • J. Dubbeldam
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Brain, behavior and evolution
  • 1984
Starting from a functional-anatomical analysis of the feeding apparatus of a bird, some expectations are formulated regarding the organization of the neuronal systems controlling the activity of thisExpand
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The distribution of dopamine, substance P, vasoactive intestinal polypeptide and neuropeptide Y immunoreactivity in the brain of the collared dove, Streptopelia decaocto
This study is part of a program intended to provide the neuroanatomical framework for investigations of the role of brain areas in specific aspects of behavior in the collared dove. In the presentExpand
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