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Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles.

Knud H. Krabbe

Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles.

by Knud H. Krabbe

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Published by Munksgaard in Copenhagen .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Brain -- growth & development.,
  • Reptiles -- embryology.

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[Translation by Annie I. Fausb©ıll]
    SeriesHis Morphogenesis of the vertebrate brain -- [v. 1]
    The Physical Object
    Pagination87 p.
    Number of Pages87
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14736902M

    He distinguished morphogenesis from growth and explained that growth was the creation of mass whereas morphogenesis was the shaping of that mass. This process of morphogenesis was exemplified by amphibian gastrulation, which had been meticulously described by Johannes Holtfreter and also by asexual reproduction in Volvox. Morphogenesis, the shaping of an organism by embryological processes of differentiation of cells, tissues, and organs and the development of organ systems according to the genetic “blueprint” of the potential organism and environmental conditions. Read More on This Topic. biological development: Morphogenesis.

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Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles by Knud H. Krabbe Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles. [Knud H Krabbe]. Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles.

Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in lower mammals. -- 3. Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in Rodentia, Prosimiae and Edentates. -- 4. Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in Hyracoidea, Ungulata, Carnivora and Pinnipedia.

-- 5. In this important work, the author reviews the classical literature on embryology, morphogenesis, and paleontology, and presents recent genetic and molecular studies on development. The result is a unique perspective on a set of problems of fundamental importance to developmental and Cited by: Phylogenetic history is not a sealed book, and Dr.

von Bonin assures me that he would be the last to deny a positive value to the historical approach to problems of morphogenesis and that such studies have actually contributed much toward an understanding of human cerebral structure and function. the biomechanical mechanisms of brain morphogenesis.

Careful consideration must Careful consideration must be taken in interpreting the results from these studies, as brain morphology ca n b e. Comparative studies of brain. The reptilian brain is highly tuned to environmental and bodily stimuli to maintain bodily homeostasis.

reptiles are commonly thought to possess only the. The data presented indicate that similarity in brain developmental patterns is apparently explained by universality of morphogenetic mechanisms rather than by the common origin of particular species. A hypothesis is proposed that similarity in the shape of the developing amphibian brain is determined by mechanisms of coding positional information necessary for histogenetic Cited by: 2.

Abstract. Reptiles and mammals are the two groups of vertebrates with well-developed cerebral cortices. Ray-finned fishes have forebrains that develop by an eversion of the rostral neural tube that reduces the roof of the telencephalon to a thin membrane (Nieuwenhuys, ; Northcutt and Davis, ).Cited by: d.

studies of hormone production by the brain e. none of the above. none of the above. This drawing illustrates a. Lima's original prefrontal lobotomy b. Moniz's original prefrontal lobotomy Reptiles were the first animals to a.

have back bones b. lay shell-covered eggs c. be covered by dry scales d. both A and B e. both B and C. The earlier part of the brain, found in reptiles, could be called the reptilian brain, or R-complex. In mammals another structure appeared: the paleomammalian brain, with a new range of particularly mammalian behavior - care of the young, affection, mutual grooming, etc.

Author(s): Krabbe,Knud H(Knud Haraldsen), Title(s): Studies on the morphogenesis of the brain in reptiles;97 figures on 23 plates, by Knud H. Krabbe With a preface by Ivar Broman Country of Publication: Denmark Publisher: Copenhagen, Einar Munksgaard, Description: 87 p.

This is MacLean's major work on the evolutionary development of the human brain. In its evolution the human forebrain expands along the lines of three basic formations that anatomical and biochemically reflect an ancestral relationship, respectively, to reptiles, early mammals, and late mammals.

MacLean describes this as the Triune by: One of these brain structures is referred to as the 'Pre-reptilian' or primal brain, as it is in charge of our basic, primal drives, such as self-preservation, preservation of family, and reproduction. One of the major functions of the primal brain is to help us distinguish between threatening and non-threatening : Andreas Komninos.

Start studying Vertebrate Morphogenesis. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. Morphogenesis (from the Greek morphê shape and genesis creation, literally, "beginning of the shape") is the biological process that causes an organism to develop its shape.

It is one of three fundamental aspects of developmental biology along with the control of cell growth and cellular differentiation, unified in evolutionary developmental biology (evo-devo). The reptilian brain, according to a classic theory of brain science, has corresponding structures in the brains of mammals, including ing to the “triune brain” theory, the reptilian brain, concerned with instinct and survival, developed first in evolutionary history.

Creatures such as mammals developed more complicated brain structures on the foundation of the reptilian brain. The triune brain is a model of the evolution of the vertebrate forebrain and behavior, proposed by the American physician and neuroscientist Paul D.

n originally formulated his model in the s and propounded it at length in his book The Triune Brain in Evolution. The triune brain consists of the reptilian complex, the paleomammalian complex (limbic system), and the. We study the morphogenesis and evolutionary origin of the spectacular erectile ruff of the frilled dragon (Chlamydosaurus kingii).Our comparative developmental analyses of multiple species suggest that the ancestor of Episquamata reptiles developed a neck fold from the hyoid branchial arch by preventing it to fully fuse with posterior : Pierre A Haas.

However, a number of studies have shown that rhythmic entrainment of motor function can actively facilitate the recovery of movement in patients with stroke, Parkinson’s disease, cerebral palsy and traumatic brain injury (Thaut, ).

Studies of people with memory disorders, such as Alzheimer’s disease, suggest that neuronal memory traces Cited by: 2. Browse book content. About the book. Search in this book. 53 expert authors contribute crucial information to the study of reptiles and offer their unique perspectives on particular areas of study Many new expert contributors that share valuable knowledge and insights from their experiences in practicing reptile medicine and surgery.

Discover the animal models that help us learn about different parts of the human brain. BrainFacts/SfN Basic neuroscience research in animal models is essential to understanding brain function and the thousands of brain diseases and disorders that affect both humans and animals.1.

The reptilian brain, composed of the basal ganglia (striatum) and brainstem, is involved with primitive drives related to thirst, hunger, sexuality, and territoriality, as well as habits and. Alan Turing (J –June 7, ) is celebrated as the godfather of modern computing, but what remains practically unknown is his seminal contribution to an obscure branch of biology: Turing dedicated a significant portion of his life to the study of morphogenesis — the biological process by which organisms take their ated by the presence of Fibonacci numbers in the .