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El cerebelo y sus funciones

@inproceedings{Garca2009ElCY,
  title={El cerebelo y sus funciones},
  author={Rolando Garc{\'i}a and Elizabeth Hern{\'a}ndez and Adriana Concha and Cesar A. Perez and Luis I. Garcia and M. E. Hern{\'a}ndez and Jorge Manzo},
  year={2009}
}
Cuerpo Academico de Neurociencias, Ins� tuto de Neuroetologia Universidad Veracruzana. Correspondencia: M en C Rolando Garcia Mar� nez Ins� tuto de Neuroetologia, Universidad Veracruzana Tel. (228) 8 41 89 00 Ext. 13609; Fax Ext. 13611 Correo electronico: rolgarcia2@hotmail.com Correo alterno: rolgarcia3@gmail.com Estudiante de Doctorado, Matricula: S05013737 RESUMEN El cerebelo forma parte del Sistema Nervioso Central (SNC) en todos los vertebrados. Esta relacionado con la coordinacion, ajuste… 

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