The neuronal organization of cerebellar lobe C1 in the mormyrid fish gnathonemus petersii (teleostei)

@article{Nieuwenhuys2004TheNO,
  title={The neuronal organization of cerebellar lobe C1 in the mormyrid fish gnathonemus petersii (teleostei)},
  author={Rudolf Nieuwenhuys and Erika Pouwels and E. Smulders-Kersten},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r Anatomie und Entwicklungsgeschichte},
  year={2004},
  volume={144},
  pages={315-336}
}
SummaryThe corpus cerebelli of mormyrid fishes is strongly developed and differentiated into four lobes: C1−C4. Although all of these lobes contain the characteristic cerebellar layers: granular, ganglionic and molecular, they show distinct architectonic differences. A previous study revealed that the ganglionic layer of C1, in addition to Purkinje elements contains conspicuous giant cells. In the present paper the results of a further analysis of C1 are reported. This analysis is based on… 
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