The vascularity of the central nervous system in certain vertebrates
Cohen, Saul Israel
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The literature and various theories regarding the vascularity of the central nervous system are reviewed. Particular emphasis is placed on the theories of Craigie (bib l iog.), Sterzi (bibliog.), Hofmann (1900, 1901), Beddard (1905), Kappers (bibliog.), Finley (bibliog.) Cobb (1929), Pfeifer (bibliog.), and Duret (bibliog.). The thesis deals with the vascularity of parts of the central nervous system in the Pacific dogfish, ratfish, mudpuppy, Tiger salemander, Leopard frog, New Zealand lizard, Apteryx, Rabbit, and,the albino and wild gray Norway rat.
Thesis (M.A.)--Boston University
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