Trigeminal and spinal dorsal horn (dis)continuity and avian evolution.

@article{Wild2010TrigeminalAS,
  title={Trigeminal and spinal dorsal horn (dis)continuity and avian evolution.},
  author={J. Martin Wild and Nils O. E. Kr{\"u}tzfeldt and Douglas L Altshuler},
  journal={Brain, behavior and evolution},
  year={2010},
  volume={76 1},
  pages={11-9}
}
The organization of the dorsal horn in the avian spinal cord differs in different species. For instance, in pigeons and doves, cranes, cuckoos, songbirds, ratites and tinamous, the dorsal horn is organized in laminar fashion, such that laminae II and III are sandwiched between lamina I dorsally and lamina IV ventrally, as they are in mammals and other… CONTINUE READING