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Organizational details of the thalamic and cortical projections of the cat neostriatum
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Cortical projections of the caudal part of the head and body of the caudate nucleus in cats
  • S. F. Ermolenko
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Neuroscience and Behavioral Physiology
  • 1 October 1972
Neurophysiological invest igat ions have shown that the caudate nucleus par t ic ipates in the organizat ion of complex forms of behavior (Akert and Andersson, 1951; Cherkes, 1963a, b; Kuraev, 1967;Expand
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[Efferent projections of the caudate nucleus to the cerebral cortex in monkeys].
The efferent direct connections of the head and tail of the caudate nucleus with the cortex of the ipsilateral hemisphere were studied in adult Macaca mulatta. Degeneration of endings in the frontal,Expand
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[Efferent projections of the ventral portion of the putamen to the frontal, parietal and temporal regions of the cat cerebral cortex].
Following the electrolytic lesion of putamen (rostral and caudal parts of the ventral field) of the cat's brain, degenerating endings of axons in the cerebral cortex were revealed ipsi andExpand
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Functional details of the basal ganglia as related to the spatial organization of their fibers in cortex and thalamus
This study compared the results of experimental-morphological and physiological studies in which facts were obtained regarding the functional and morphological heterogeneity of the basal ganglia.Expand
Reciprocal connections between the first and second somatosensory cortical areas and the caudate nucleus
Conclusions1.The somatosensory areas of the cat cerebral cortex and the head of the caudate nucleus are reciprocally connected by a system of direct fibers.2.Terminals of fibers arising in areas SIExpand