Gerhard Roth, PhD and Dr rer nat

University of Bremen, Bremen, Bremen, Germany 
Neurobiology of Amphibians, Neurophilosophy
"Gerhard Roth"
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Dicke U, Roth G. (2016) Neuronal factors determining high intelligence. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 371
Roth G, Walkowiak W. (2015) The Influence of Genome and Cell Size on Brain Morphology in Amphibians. Cold Spring Harbor Perspectives in Biology. 7: a019075
Roth G, Dicke U. (2012) Evolution of the brain and intelligence in primates. Progress in Brain Research. 195: 413-30
Dicke U, Roth G. (2010) Evolution of the amphibian nervous system Evolution of Nervous Systems. 2: 61-124
Laberge F, Mühlenbrock-Lenter S, Dicke U, et al. (2008) Thalamo-telencephalic pathways in the fire-bellied toad Bombina orientalis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 508: 806-23
Laberge F, Roth G. (2007) Is there a structure equivalent to the mammalian basolateral amygdaloid complex in amphibians? Journal of Anatomy. 211: 830; author reply 83
Laberge F, Roth G. (2007) Organization of the sensory input to the telencephalon in the fire-bellied toad, Bombina orientalis. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 502: 55-74
Roth G, Laberge F, Mühlenbrock-Lenter S, et al. (2007) Organization of the pallium in the fire-bellied toad Bombina orientalis. I: Morphology and axonal projection pattern of neurons revealed by intracellular biocytin labeling. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 501: 443-64
Laberge F, Mühlenbrock-Lenter S, Grunwald W, et al. (2006) Evolution of the amygdala: new insights from studies in amphibians. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 67: 177-87
Endepols H, Mühlenbrock-Lenter S, Roth G, et al. (2006) The septal complex of the fire-bellied toad Bombina orientalis: chemoarchitecture. Journal of Chemical Neuroanatomy. 31: 59-76
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