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Postnatal phenotype and localization of spinal cord V1 derived interneurons
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Describing the location, neurotransmitter phenotype, calcium‐buffering protein expression, and axon distributions of V1‐derived neurons in the adult mouse spinal cord shows that V1 interneurons develop into ipsilaterally projecting, inhibitory interneURons that include Renshaw cells, Ia inhibitoryInterneuronons, and other unidentified proprioceptive interneurs. Expand
Target selection of proprioceptive and motor axon synapses on neonatal V1‐derived Ia inhibitory interneurons and Renshaw cells
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Although neonatal V1‐derived IaINs and RCs are competent to receive proprioceptive synapses, these synapses preferentially target the proximal somato‐dendritic regions of IaIns and postnatally proliferate on Iains, but not on RCs, which shows that motor, proprioception, and even some interneuron inputs are biased toward specific subtypes of V 1‐interneurons. Expand
Rock art as an archaeological and social indicator: The neolithisation of the Iberian Peninsula
Rock art has been regarded as a second class archaeological data source. In this paper we use Levantine rock art as a case study, to show how this situation can be reversed. This rock art, foundExpand
Towards a Comparative Approach to Archaeologies of Early Modern Spanish Colonialism
This book seeks to contribute a global comparative archaeological approach to colonial processes and colonial situations related to the Hispanic Monarchy and the ways in which they were experienced.Expand
The Early Neolithic in the Iberian Peninsula and the Western Mediterranean: A Review of the Evidence on Migration
The first use of domestic plants and animals in the Western Mediterranean has been a matter of debate, since there are no native ancestors for these elements. The current paradigmatic position favorsExpand
The Prehistory of Iberia: Debating Early Social Stratification and the State
1. Debating Early Social Stratification and the State in Iberian Prehistory: An Introduction Maria Cruz Berrocal, Leonardo Garcia Sanjuan and Antonio Gilman Part I: Introducing Social StratificationExpand
Analogical Evidence and Shamanism in Archaeological Interpretation: South African and European Palaeolithic Rock Art
Rock art studies have been strongly reliant on ethnography in recent decades. Since the 1970s, the (re)turn to ethnography has been considered short of a paradigmatic change, and it has indeedExpand
Ilha Formosa, Seventeenth Century: Archaeology in Small Islands, History of Global Processes
This chapter presents the theoretical framework and scientific questions behind recent archaeological investigations undertaken in the hitherto relatively under-researched Spanish colony in Taiwan,Expand
The archaeology of rock art in Fiji: evidence, methods and hypotheses
ABSTRACT We present results from four field seasons in Fiji focused on rock art research. We recorded previously noted sites and surveyed particular areas in search of new ones. The results tend toExpand
Archaeologies of Early Modern Spanish Colonialism
Part I. Archaeologies of Modern Spanish Colonialism in the Americas 1) Historical Archaeology and Hispano-American Urban Policies in the Emergence of Santa Fe de Bogota 2) The Material World ofExpand
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