Evolutionary Developmental Biology of the Cerebral Cortex - Novartis Foundation Symposium 228
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Table of Contents:
What is Evolutionary Developmental Biology? (L. Wolpert).
Thoughts on the Cerebellum as a Model for Cerebral Cortical Development and Evolution (K. Herrup).
Radial Unit Hypothesis of Neocortical Expansion (P. Rakic).
General Discussion I.
Genetic Control of Regional Identity in the Developing Vertebrate Forebrain (E. Boncinelli, et al.).
Intrinsic and Extrinsic Control of Cortical Development (J. Rubenstein).
A Hypothesis as to the Organization of Cerebral Cortex in the Common Amniote Ancestor of Modern Reptiles and Mammals (A. Reiner).
General Discussion II.
Evolution of Cortical Lamination: The Reelin/Dab1 Pathway (I. Bar & A. Goffinet).
The Contribution of the Ganglionic Eminence to the Neuronal Cell Types of the Cerebral Cortex (J. Parnavelas, et al.).
Conserved Developmental Algorithms During Thalamocortical Circuit Formation in Mammals and Reptiles (Z. Molnár).
Regionalization of the Cerebral Cortex: Developmental Mechanisms and Models (P. Levitt & K. Eagleson).
Organizing Principles of Sensory Representations (J. Kaas).
How Does Evolution Build a Complex Brain? (L. Krubitzer).
Developmental Plasticity: To Preserve the Individual or to Create a New Species? (E. Welker).
The Relevance of Visual Perception to Cortical Evolution and Development (D. Purves, et al.).