- 1.1Early Development of the Nervous System
- 1.2Body and Brain Segments
- 1.3Neurogenetic Compartments
- 1.4Cell Lineage Clusters
- 1.5Brain and Body Size
Vertebrate Nervous System
Handbook of Physiology, Comparative Physiology
Published Online: 1 JAN 2011
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How to Cite
Ulinski, P. S. 2011. Vertebrate Nervous System. Comprehensive Physiology. 17–53.
- Published Online: 1 JAN 2011
The sections in this article are:
- 1How Many Parts Does the Nervous System Have?
- 2How is Sensory Information Represented in the Brain?
- 2.1Receptor-Based Maps
- 2.2Evolution of Receptor-Based Maps
- 2.3Constructed Maps
- 2.4Distributed Representations
- 3How Are Movements Generated and Controlled?
- 3.2Central Pattern Generators
- 3.3Orienting Movements
- 3.4Ongoing Movements
- 3.5Grasping Movements
- 4How Are Different Kinds of Information Integrated in the Pallium?
- 4.1Association Cortex and Pallial Organization
- 4.2Categorizing Sequences
- 4.3Cognitive Maps
- 5Traditional Hypotheses of Vertebrate Brain Evolution Reconsidered