Evaluation of species-specific biochemical variation as a means for assessing homology in neuronal populations.

  • Henry Baker
  • Published 1991 in Brain, behavior and evolution

Abstract

The phylogenetic history of neurons, as derived from the establishment of homologies, has been thought to be useful for furthering the understanding of nervous system function and behavior. The sensitivity of current biochemical and molecular techniques has been heralded as the ultimate means to establish neuronal phenotype and, thus in, turn to assess… (More)

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@article{Baker1991EvaluationOS, title={Evaluation of species-specific biochemical variation as a means for assessing homology in neuronal populations.}, author={Henry Baker}, journal={Brain, behavior and evolution}, year={1991}, volume={38 4-5}, pages={255-63} }