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The insect central complex as model for heterochronic brain development : background, concepts, and tools

The insect central complex as model for heterochronic brain development : background, concepts, and tools

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KONISZEWSKI, Nikolaus Dieter Bernhard, Martin KOLLMANN, Mahdiyeh BIGHAM, Max FARNWORTH, Bicheng HE, Marita BÜSCHER, Wolf HUETTEROTH, Marlene BINZER, Joachim SCHACHTNER, Gregor BUCHER, 2016. The insect central complex as model for heterochronic brain development : background, concepts, and tools. In: Development genes and evolution. 226(3), pp. 209-219. ISSN 0949-944X. eISSN 1432-041X. Available under: doi: 10.1007/s00427-016-0542-7

@article{Koniszewski2016-06insec-34792, title={The insect central complex as model for heterochronic brain development : background, concepts, and tools}, year={2016}, doi={10.1007/s00427-016-0542-7}, number={3}, volume={226}, issn={0949-944X}, journal={Development genes and evolution}, pages={209--219}, author={Koniszewski, Nikolaus Dieter Bernhard and Kollmann, Martin and Bigham, Mahdiyeh and Farnworth, Max and He, Bicheng and Büscher, Marita and Huetteroth, Wolf and Binzer, Marlene and Schachtner, Joachim and Bucher, Gregor} }

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