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Progress in nonmammalian brain research

Progress in nonmammalian brain research

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Published by CRC Press in Boca Raton, Fla .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain.,
  • Physiology, Comparative.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and indexes.

    Statementeditors, Giuseppe Nisticò, Liana Bolis.
    ContributionsNisticò, Giuseppe., Bolis, Liana.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQP376 .P76 1983
    The Physical Object
    Pagination3 v. :
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3489791M
    ISBN 100849363500
    LC Control Number82009515

    glands, among mammals and nonmammalian species, often referred to their field as ‘Neurosecre-tion’. Under this heading, many meetings were held transported from the brain to the pituitary, via the this progress in basic research and clinical medi-cine, the meeting provided a relevant and appropri-. This volume of Progress in Brain Research provides a synthetic source of information about state-of-the-art research that has important implications for the evolution of the brain and cognition in primates, including humans. This topic requires input from a variety of fields that are developing at an unprecedented pace: genetics, developmental.

    A key integrative development for both mammalian and nonmammalian research occurred before the publication of the USSR journal Biofizika in and its English translation, Biophysics. This gave Western workers, very few with expertise in the Russian language, exposure to the work of many outstanding Soviet workers, including, in. The 16th International Conference on Monitoring Molecules in Neuroscience (MMiN) was held in Gothenburg, Sweden in late spring This conference originated as a methods meeting focused on in vivo voltammetric techniques and microdialysis. Over time, however, the scope has evolved to include a number of other methods for neurochemical detection that range from single-cell fluorescence in.

    This cover shows the detailed stacking conformation of two triarylamine molecules and their subsequent growth in functional supramolecular polymers featuring . Nonmammalian vertebrates have been known to detect light by deep-brain photoreceptors, which are located outside the retina and pineal organ to regulate the light-based circadian clocks present in different organs and circannual timekeeping system. Therefore, they control seasonal activities such as breeding, migration, hibernation, molting, etc.


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