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Invertebrate neurophylogeny: suggested terms and definitions for a neuroanatomical glossary

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  • Stefan Richter
  • Rudi Loesel
  • Günter Purschke
  • Andreas Schmidt-Rhaesa
  • Gerhard Scholtz
  • Thomas Stach
  • Lars Vogt
  • Andreas Wilhelm Georg Wanninger
  • Georg Brenneis
  • Carmen Döring
  • Simone Faller
  • Martin Fritsch
  • Peter Grobe
  • Carsten M Heuer
  • Sabrina Kaul
  • Ole Sten Møller
  • Carsten Hg Müller
  • Verena Rieger
  • Birgen H Rothe
  • Martin Ej Stegner
  • Og 1 flere
  • Steffen Harzsch
Invertebrate nervous systems are highly disparate between different taxa. This is reflected in the terminology used to describe them, which is very rich and often confusing. Even very general terms such as 'brain', 'nerve', and 'eye' have been used in various ways in the different animal groups, but no consensus on the exact meaning exists. This impedes our understanding of the architecture of the invertebrate nervous system in general and of evolutionary transformations of nervous system characters between different taxa.
OriginalsprogEngelsk
Artikelnummer29
TidsskriftFrontiers in Zoology
Vol/bind7
Antal sider49
ISSN1742-9994
DOI
StatusUdgivet - 2010

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