R Glenn Northcutt

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University of California, San Diego, La Jolla, CA 
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Northcutt RG. (2013) Variation in reptilian brains and cognition. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 82: 45-54
Morona R, López JM, Northcutt RG, et al. (2013) Comparative analysis of the organization of the cholinergic system in the brains of two holostean fishes, the Florida gar Lepisosteus platyrhincus and the bowfin Amia calva. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 81: 109-42
López JM, Perlado J, Morona R, et al. (2013) Neuroanatomical organization of the cholinergic system in the central nervous system of a basal actinopterygian fish, the senegal bichir Polypterus senegalus. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 521: 24-49
Hofmann MH, Northcutt RG. (2012) Forebrain organization in elasmobranchs. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 80: 142-51
Gillis JA, Modrell MS, Northcutt RG, et al. (2012) Electrosensory ampullary organs are derived from lateral line placodes in cartilaginous fishes. Development (Cambridge, England). 139: 3142-6
Northcutt RG. (2012) Evolution of centralized nervous systems: two schools of evolutionary thought. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 109: 10626-33
Northcutt RG, Rink E. (2012) Olfactory projections in the lepidosirenid lungfishes. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 79: 4-25
López JM, Domínguez L, Morona R, et al. (2012) Organization of the cholinergic systems in the brain of two lungfishes, Protopterus dolloi and Neoceratodus forsteri. Brain Structure & Function. 217: 549-76
Modrell MS, Bemis WE, Northcutt RG, et al. (2011) Electrosensory ampullary organs are derived from lateral line placodes in bony fishes. Nature Communications. 2: 496
Northcutt RG. (2011) Do teleost fishes possess a homolog of mammalian isocortex? Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 78: 136-8
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