Cytoarchitectonic organization and morphology of cells of the field L complex in male zebra finches (Taenopygia guttata).

@article{Fortune1992CytoarchitectonicOA,
  title={Cytoarchitectonic organization and morphology of cells of the field L complex in male zebra finches (Taenopygia guttata).},
  author={Eric S. Fortune and Daniel Margoliash},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={1992},
  volume={325 3},
  pages={388-404}
}
The organization of the field L complex, a thalamorecipient auditory region in the telencephalon of birds, was examined in Nissl and Golgi preparations of male zebra finches (Taenopygia guttata). The field L complex comprises five cytoarchitectonic subdivisions: L1, L2a, L2b, L3, and L, although the border between L and L2b is not distinct. L2a is a plate extending dorsocaudally from the dorsal medullary lamina in the caudal neostriatum. L1 lies on the anterodorsal border and L3 lies on the… CONTINUE READING
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