A study of the anuran diencephalon.

  • J G FRONTERA
  • Published 1952 in The Journal of comparative neurology
The group of vertebrates on which the present study is based has profoundly influenced, directly or indirectly, the prbgress of the biological sciences. The word-wide distribution and abundance of the group, and the ease with which its members are managed, have made these animals especially useful as laboratory specimens. The present research deals… CONTINUE READING