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The third alternative: Duplication of collopallium in isocortical evolution

  • Ann B. Butler (a1)

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One hypothesis of isocortical evolution requires tangential migration of glutaminergic neurons. A second requires invasion of collothalamic afferents into the dorsal pallium, a territory that in sauropsids is solely lemnopallial. A third alternative is noted here – duplication of the original collopallial territory. The duplicated region would be formed by radial migration of excitatory neurons and would maintain its collothalamic innervation.

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The third alternative: Duplication of collopallium in isocortical evolution

  • Ann B. Butler (a1)

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