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Evolution of the brain and intelligence
Intelligence has evolved many times independently among vertebrates. Primates, elephants and cetaceans are assumed to be more intelligent than 'lower' mammals, the great apes and humans more thanExpand
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Thalamo‐telencephalic pathways in the fire‐bellied toad Bombina orientalis
It was suggested that among extant vertebrates, anuran amphibians display a brain organization closest to the ancestral tetrapod condition, and recent research suggests that anuran brains shareExpand
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Administration of low-dose FK 506 accelerates histomorphometric regeneration and functional outcomes after allograft nerve repair in a rat model.
A substantial loss of peripheral nerves requires grafts for repair. In animal experiments, the use of allografts is successful only when rejection of the transplant is prevented and nerveExpand
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Chemical characterization of the adhesive secretions of the salamander Plethodon shermani (Caudata, Plethodontidae)
Salamanders have developed a wide variety of antipredator mechanisms, including tail autotomy, colour patterns, and noxious skin secretions. As an addition to these tactics, the red-legged salamanderExpand
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Funktionelle Neuroanatomie des limbischen Systems
In diesem Kapitel wollen wir die anatomischen Komponenten des limbischen Systems und seine Grundfunktionen betrachten. Die Hauptstrukturen des Gehirns werden in ihrer Morphologie und NeurochemieExpand
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How can brains grow rapidly
Evolución de la inteligencia
Comparing cognition across species: Reply to Reader et al.
Reader, Sol and Lefebvre [1xSee all References][1] agree with us that ‘behavioral flexibility’ is a useful operational measure of intelligence, although this notion covers rather heterogeneousExpand
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