William M. Saidel

Rutgers, Camden, Camden, NJ, United States 
"William Saidel"
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Recktenwald EW, Dudkin EA, Skorina LK, et al. (2017) Connections of Anterior Thalamic Visual Centers in the Leopard Frog, Rana pipiens. Brain, Behavior and Evolution
Skorina LK, Recktenwald EW, Dudkin EA, et al. (2016) Representation of the visual field in the anterior thalamus of the leopard frog, Rana pipiens. Neuroscience Letters
Saidel WM. (2013) Nucleus rostrolateralis: an expansion of the epithalamus in some actinopterygii. Anatomical Record (Hoboken, N.J. : 2007). 296: 1594-602
Johnson NP, Schwab TF, Saidel WM. (2013) Bilateral efferents from nucleus isthmi to the optic tectum in goldfish (Carassius auratus) are spatially restricted. Neuroscience Letters. 534: 311-5
Saidel WM, Mandau MK, Haynes PT. (2008) Spatial distribution of a fusiform cell in the optic tectum of Pantodon buchholzi, the African butterfly fish (Teleostei, Osteoglossomorpha). Brain Research. 1243: 63-9
Starosciak AK, Kalola RP, Perkins KP, et al. (2008) Fast and singular muscle responses initiate the startle response of Pantodon buchholzi (Osteoglossomorpha). Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 71: 100-14
Northcutt RG, Plassmann W, Holmes PH, et al. (2004) A pallial visual area in the telencephalon of the bony fish Polypterus. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 64: 1-10
Saidel WM, Marquez-Houston K, Butler AB. (2001) Identification of visual pallial telencephalon in the goldfish, Carassius auratus: a combined cytochrome oxidase and electrophysiological study. Brain Research. 919: 82-93
Saidel WM. (2000) Coherence in nervous system design: the visual system of Pantodon buchholzi. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 355: 1177-81
Saidel WM, Crowder JA. (1997) Expression of cytochrome oxidase in hair cells of the teleost utricle. Hearing Research. 109: 63-77
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