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Brains are very plastic, both in response to phenotypic diversity and to larger evolutionary trends. Differences between taxa cannot be easily attributed to either factors. Comparative morphological data on higher taxonomic levels are scarce, especially in ray-finned fishes. Here we show the...
Local circuit neurons are present in the thalamus of all vertebrates where they are considered inhibitory. They play an important role in computation and influence the transmission of information from the thalamus to the telencephalon. In mammals, the percentage of local circuit neurons in the...
The human brain is composed of a complex web of pathways. Diffusion magnetic resonance (MR) tractography is a neuroimaging technique that relies on the principle of diffusion to reconstruct brain pathways. Its tractography is broadly applicable to a range of problems as it is amenable for study...
As the highest center of sensory processing, initiation, and modulation of behavior, the pallium has seen prominent changes during the course of vertebrate evolution, culminating in the emergence of the mammalian isocortex. The processes underlying this remarkable evolution have been a matter of...
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