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Conserved functional organization of the amniote telencephalic pallium

  • Cosme Salas (a1), Cristina Broglio (a1) and Fernando Rodríguez (a1)

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The dorsal and medial pallial formations of mammals, birds, and reptiles show overall functional striking similarities. Most of these similarities have been frequently considered examples of convergent evolution. However, a considerable amount of neurobiological comparative evidence suggests the presence of a common basic pattern of vertebrate forebrain organization. This common pattern can support functional conservation.

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Conserved functional organization of the amniote telencephalic pallium

  • Cosme Salas (a1), Cristina Broglio (a1) and Fernando Rodríguez (a1)

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