The Nucleus Basalis-Neostriatum Complex in the Goose (Anser anser L.)

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1 Introduction.- 2 Material and Methods.- 2.1 Procedures for HRP Material.- 2.2 Procedures for Golgi Material.- 2.3 Additional Histological Material.- 3 Results.- 3.1 General Remarks on HRP Experiments.- 3.2 Vertical Connections of the Neostriatum Frontale.- 3.2.1 HRP Injections into the Neostriatum Frontale.- 3.2.2 HRP Injections into the Nucleus Basalis.- 3.2.3 HRP Injections into the Hyperstriatum Ventrale.- 3.2.4 HRP Injection into the Hyperstriatum Dorsale.- 3.2.5 Summary.- 3.3 Long Efferents from the Neostriatum Frontale.- 3.4 Long Afferents to the Neostriatum Frontale.- 3.4.1 Ipsilateral Hemisphere.- 3.4.2 Contralateral Hemisphere.- 3.5 Morphology and Arrangement of Neuronal Elements in the Nucleus Basalis.- 3.5.1 General Observations.- 3.5.2 Quantitative Observations.- 3.5.3 Summary.- 3.6 Horizontal Connections of the Nucleus Basalis, Neostriatum Frontale, and Hyperstriatum Ventrale.- 3.6.1 Histological Material.- 3.6.2 HRP Material.- 3.6.3 HRP Injections into the Neostriatum Frontale.- 3.6.4 HRP Injections into the Nucleus Basalis.- 3.6.5 HRP Injections Hitting the Lamina Hyperstriatica.- 3.6.6 HRP Injections into the Hyperstriatum Ventrale.- 3.6.7 HRP Injection into the Hyperstriatum Dorsale.- 3.6.8 Summary.- 4 Discussion.- 4.1 Vertical Connections and Long Efferents of the Neostriatum Frontale.- 4.1.1 Anatomy.- 4.1.2 Functional Considerations.- 4.1.3 Comparison with Mammals.- 4.2 Long Afferents to the Neostriatum Frontale.- 4.2.1 Summary of Results.- 4.2.2 Hyperstriatum Accessorium.- 4.2.3 Tractus Archistriatalis Dorsalis.- 4.2.4 Neostriatum Caudale Laterale.- 4.2.5 Archistriatum.- 4.2.6 Hyperstriatum Dorsale.- 4.2.7 Conclusions.- 4.2.8 Comparison with Mammals.- 4.3 Morphology and Arrangement of the Neuronal Elements in the Nucleus Basalis.- 4.3.1 Morphology.- 4.3.2 Arrangement.- 4.3.3 Models of Functions.- 4.3.4 Comparison with Mammals.- 4.4 Horizontal Connections of the Nucleus Basalis, Neostriatum Frontale, and Hyperstriatum Ventrale.- 4.4.1 Horizontal Connectivity Within the Neostriatum Frontale.- 4.4.2 Horizontal Connectivity Within the Nucleus Basalis, Lamina Hyperstriatica, and Hyperstriatum Ventrale.- 4.4.3 Comparison with Mammals.- 4.5 Concluding Remarks.- 5 Summary.- Acknowledgements.- References.

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