In article <23FEB199319244528 at elroy.uh.edu> psycpc at elroy.uh.edu (Rexer, Jennie L.) writes:
>From: psycpc at elroy.uh.edu (Rexer, Jennie L.)
>Subject: Decussated CNS?
>Date: 23 Feb 1993 19:24 CST
>Organization: University of Houston
>Message-ID: <23FEB199319244528 at elroy.uh.edu>
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>I have a question:
>>What is the origin of the decussated (I think I am spelling this correctly...
>"crossed", in other words) central nervous system?
>>I have never heard a good explanation for this.
>>Also, how far down the evolutionary tree does this occur? All vertebrates?
>I am forwarding this to bionet.neuroscience, where you are much more likely
to get an interesting answer. I'll bet Bill Calvin will want to take on
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