The cerebellum plays a vital role in the control of posture, locomotion, eye movement, and a variety of motor functions. Currently, many scientists are involved in trying to unravel the molecular biology, physiology, and genetics of cerebellar development. This book provides an outstanding explanation of what happens during normal cerebellar development and following experimental interference with the normal course of development. Altman and Bayer, two of the world's leading authorities on developmental neurobiology, have studied cerebellar development using light microscopic, electron microscopic, and autoradiographic techniques. Here they share their findings with you. Their latest discoveries are presented, along with the wealth of data discovered by others. The result is an excellent new reference offering a novel interpretation of how the cerebellum develops as well as a model for studying the development of other brain systems.From the Publisher:
This book is an outstanding presentation of what happens during normal cerebellar development.
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Descripción CRC Press, 1996. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Acceptable. Item is intact, but may show shelf wear. Pages may include notes and highlighting. May or may not include supplemental or companion material. Access codes may or may not work. Connecting readers since 1972. Customer service is our top priority. Nº de ref. de la librería mon0000831633
Descripción CRC Press, Boca Raton, 1997. Estado de conservación: Fine. First edition. 29 cm; 783 pages, chiefly illustrations. Bound in original illustrated boards. Owner's inscription on blanks, else fine. Contents: Ch. 1. Comparative Anatomy of the Cerebellum: An Evolutionary Perspective -- Ch. 2. Basic Cellular Organization and Circuitry of the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 3. Lobular Distribution of Precerebellar Mossy Fibers in the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 4. Translobular Distribution of Olivary Climbing Fibers, and the Translobular Zones of the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 5. Afferent and Efferent Connections of the Cerebellar Deep Nuclei -- Ch. 6. An Overview of Early Cerebellar System Development: An Examination of Histological Sections in Normal Rat Embryos -- Ch. 7. Birthdates of the Prenatally Generated Neurons of the Cerebellar System: An Analysis With Thymidine Autoradiography -- Ch. 8. Delineation of the Cerebellar Primordium and an Interpretation of the First Stage of Cerebellar Development -- Ch. 9. Transformation of the Paired Cerebellar Primordia into the Unified Primitive Cerebellum. Ch. 10. The Arrival of Extrinsic Afferents and the Descent of Deep Neurons -- Ch. 11. The Ascent and Settling of Purkinje Cells in Relation to Their Time and Site of Origin -- Ch. 12. The Role of Purkinje Cell Clusters and White Matter Partitioning in the Early Fissurization and Lobulation of the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 13. The Site of Origin, Mode of Dispersal, and Local Proliferation of Cerebellar Glial Cells -- Ch. 14. Development of the Lower Precerebellar System: The Inferior Olive and the Lateral Reticular and External Cuneate Nuclei -- Ch. 15. Development of the Upper Precerebellar System: The Pontine Gray Nucleus -- Ch. 16. An Overview of the Postnatal Development of the Rat Cerebellum -- Ch. 17. The Generation, Movements, and Settling of Cerebellar Granule Cells and the Formation of the Parallel Fibers -- Ch. 18. The Generation and Differentiation of Basket Cells and Stellate Cells -- Ch. 19. Postnatal Development of Purkinje Cells. Ch. 20. Early Synaptogenesis and the Development of Parallel Fiber Synapses With Purkinje Cells -- Ch. 21. Development of Climbing Fibers, Basket Cells, Stellate Cells and Purkinje Axon Collateral Synapses -- Ch. 22. Synaptic Maturation of Granule Cells, Golgi Cells, and Intermediate Neurons -- Ch. 23. Neuroglial Proliferation and Maturation With Special Reference to the Bergmann Glia and Their Radial Fibers -- Ch. 24. Three-Dimensional Reconstruction of the Developing Cerebellum and of the Fissurization and Foliation of the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 25. Cellular Dissection of the Developing Cerebellar Cortex With Different X-Irradiation Schedules -- Ch. 26. Prolonged X-Irradiation Starting at Birth: Morphogenesis and Synaptogenesis of the Amicroneuronal Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 27. Prolonged X-Irradiation Starting at P4: Morphogenesis and Synaptogenesis of the Oligomicroneuronal Cerebellar Cortex.Ch. 28. Prolonged X-Irradiation Starting at P8 or P12: The Morphogenetic and Synaptogenetic Role of Basket Cells and Granule Cells -- Ch. 29. Short-Term X-Irradiation at Different Ages: The Morphogenetic, Neurogenetic, and Synaptogenetic Effects of Varying the Recovery Time of the External Germinal Layer -- Ch. 30. Effects of Delayed Regeneration of the External Germinal Layer on Granule Cell Migration, the Growth of Mossy Fibers, and the Alignment of Parallel Fibers -- Ch. 31. Summary: Mechanisms in the Development of the Fine Circuitry and the Foliation of the Cerebellar Cortex -- Ch. 32. Epilogue: Behavioral Consequences of Experimental Interference With Cerebellar Development. Nº de ref. de la librería 5738