Asymmetry in Lobster Claws

@inproceedings{Govind2016AsymmetryIL,
  title={Asymmetry in Lobster Claws},
  author={Chhabi Kumar Govind},
  year={2016}
}
1 he external body plan of higher animals from annelids to primates is that of bilateral symmetry, in which the left half of the body is a mirror image of the right half. Often superimposed upon this basic plan are asymmetries in bodily structure and function, perhaps the best known of which is handedness in humans. Brain function is also asymmetric in humans, with the left cerebral hemi sphere dominating speech and cognitive tasks and the right hemisphere dominating visual spatial and… CONTINUE READING

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