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Behavioral Lateralization in Vertebrates

Two Sides of the Same Coin

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        StatementSpringer
        PublishersSpringer
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        LC ClassificationsAug 09, 2014
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 129 p. :
        Number of Pages70
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        ISBN 103642444806
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No difference between fish with left or right-eye use was found. C At 28 hpf, FGF signaling plays a role in breaking the symmetry of the brain contributing to the positioning of Nodal-related genes on the left side of the embryo Neugebauer and Yost, 2014.

showed that the leftward migration of parapineal complex was driven by FGF8. Through studies in stroke patients with specific unilateral brain lesions, we have provided evidence that both processes contribute to control of each arm.

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However, considerable variation in the direction of the fast start response has been observed. When the field was removed following adaptation, aftereffects were directed in the opposite direction to the initial errors Figurepositive peak.

Functional implications of ipsilesional motor deficits after unilateral stroke.The Background Adaptation of the Flatfish, Paralichthys olivaceus, Physiol.; Pruszynski et al. Similarly, exposure to an antidepressant drug fluoxetine reduced aggressive behavior and caused a change from a right to a left-eye use in this species even if the underlying mechanisms are still unknown. Thus, the dominant Behavioral Lateralization in Vertebrates relies mostly on predictive control, but also employs impedance mechanisms, and vice versa for the non-dominant arm.telencephalon and optic tectum were differentially expressed between the two hemispheres suggesting that specific asymmetries in genes expression could be associated with asymmetric behavior.