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FIGURE 14.1. Schematic diagram of a parasagittal section through a zebra finch brain detailing the connectivity of the main stations of song-control system.

FIGURE 14.1

Schematic diagram of a parasagittal section through a zebra finch brain detailing the connectivity of the main stations of song-control system. For clarity, only the main nuclei and projections are shown in each diagram. Projection systems participating in the posterior forebrain pathway (PFP) are indicated by black arrows, while projections that compose the anterior forebrain pathway (AFP) are detailed by white arrows. Anatomical abbreviations not mentioned in text: DM, dorsal medial mesencephalic nucleus; E, entopal-lium; H, hyperpalium; Hp, hippocampus; M, mesopallium; MLd, dorsal lateral mesencephalic nucleus; N, nidopallium; NIf, interface nucleus; Ov, ovoidalis; St, striatum; v, ventricle. Source: Figure provided by E. D. Jarvis.

From: Chapter 14, Proteomics of Experience-Dependent Plasticity in the Songbird Auditory Forebrain

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