A COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT APPROACH OF BRAIN ASYMMETRY

A COMPARATIVE DEVELOPMENT APPROACH OF BRAIN ASYMMETRY: ZEBRAFISH (Danio rerio) AND MEDAKA (Oryzias latipes).
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Introduction
Asymmetry is an essential and conserved element of the mind, which is conceived to enhance data processing and task execution in traits central for species continued existence, such as nurturing, predator uncovering and memory (Güntürkün et al. 2000; Rogers 2000; Pascual et al. 2004; Vallortigara & Rogers 2005; Rogers & Vallortigara 2008). Moreover, asymmetry has been suggested as the basis of language and other behavioural traits (Sherman et al. 1982; Rogers & Andrew 2002; Hutsler & Galuske 2003; Toga & Thompson 2003) and anomalous asymmetry appears to relate with numerous neuropathologies comprising schizophrenia (Li et al. 2007), autism (Escalante-Mead et al. 2003) and neuronal degenerative disorders (Toth et al. 2004). In the past decade, scientific studies
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