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Avian Nomenclature Issues
Avian Nomenclature Forum
Proposals for Nomenclature Change
Abbreviations List
Suggested Reading

Three types of proposals to consider for nomenclature change.(Jarvis)

Some Thoughts on "Naturalization" and Morphological Homology.(Striedter)

Published Manuscripts

The Archistriatum of the Pigeon: Organization of Afferent and Efferent Connections Hans Zeier and Harvey Karten, Brain Research (1971). [434KB PDF]

Distribution and effects of testosterone on aromatase mRNA in the quail forebrain: A non-radioactive in situ hybridization study. N Aste, G C Panzica, C Vigietti-Panzica, N Harada, J Balthazart, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy,14: 103-115 (1998). [1.2 MB PDF]

Anatomical and Neurochemical Definition of the Nucleus of the Stria Terminalis in Japanese Quail (Coturnix japonica). N Aste, J Balthazart, P Absil, R Grossmann, E Mülhbauer, C Viglietti-Panzica, & C G Panzica. Jounal of Comparative Neurology 396:141-157 (1998). [1.2 MB PDF]

Cerebral hemisphere regulation of motivated behavior, Swanson, SW, Brain Research 886:113-164 (2000). [6.56MB PDF]

Pallial and Subpallial Derivatives in the Embryonic Chick and Mouse Telencephalon, Traced by the Expression of the Genes Dlx-2, Emx-1, Nkx-2.1, Pax-6, and Tbr-1. L Puelles, E Kuwana, E Puelles, A Bulfone, K Shimamura, J Keleher, S Smiga, & JLR Rubenstein, The Journal of Comparative Neurology, 424:409-438 (2000). [1.78MB PDF]

The Avian Telencephalic Subpallium Originates Inhibitory Neurons That Invade Tangentially the Pallium (Dorsal Ventricular Ridge and Cortical Areas). I Cobos, L Puelles, & S Martinez, Developmental Biology, 239:30-45 (2001). [2MB PDF]

Cadherin Expression by Embryonic Divisions and Derived Gray Matter Structures in the Telencephalon of the Chicken. C Redies, Loreta Medina, & L Puelles, Journal of Comparative Neurology, 438: 253-285 (2001). [2.36MB PDF]

Fate Map of the Avian Anterior Forebrain at the Four-Somite Stage, Based on the Analysis of Quail-Chick Chimeras. I Cobos, K Shimamura, JLR Rubenstein, S Martinez, & L Puelles, Developmental Bioloy, 239: 46-67 (2001).[ PDF ]

Field homology as a way to reconcile genetic and developental variability with adult development. L Puelles & L Medina, Brain Research Bulletin, 57: 243-255 (2002).[ PDF ]

Effects of Lesions of Nucleustaeniae on Appetitive and Consummatory Aspects of Male Sexual Behavior in Japanese Quail. P Absil, J. B. Braquemier, J Balthazart & G. F. Ball, Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 60: 13-35 (2002).[ PDF ]

The medial preoptic nucleus receives vasotocinergic inputs in male quail: a tract-tracing and immunocytochemical study. P Absil, M Ppello, C Viglietti-Panzica, J Balthazart, & G Panzica, Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy, 00: 1-13 (2002). [ 1.9 MB PDF ]

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