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Wilhelmus J. A. J. Smeets
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Structure and Functional Correlations. Authors: Smeets, Wil, Nieuwenhuys, . Roberts, .

Structure and Functional Correlations. Although a large body of data about the structure of the central nervous system of cartilaginous fishes has now been accumulated, a systematic survey of the neuromorphology of this, in so many respects, highly interesting group of animals is lacking. The present book is an effort to fill this gap. The information provided is derived partly from the literature and partly from original observations based on our own material.

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