Browsing Neuroscience by Author "Corfield, Jeremy R."

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  • Corfield, Jeremy R.; Gsell, Anna C.; Brunton, Dianne; Heesy, Christopher P.; Hall, Margaret I.; Acosta, Monica L.; Iwaniuk, Andrew N. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of LethbridgeMassey UniversityMidwestern UniversityUniversity of Auckland, 2011)
    The shift from a diurnal to nocturnal lifestyle in vertebrates is generally associated with either enhanced visual sensitivity or a decreased reliance on vision. Within birds, most studies have focused on differences in ...
  • Cunningham, Susan J.; Corfield, Jeremy R.; Iwaniuk, Andrew N.; Castro, Isabel; Alley, Maurice R.; Birkhead, Tim R.; Parsons, Stuart (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of Cape TownMassey UniversityUniversity of LethbridgeUniversity of SheffieldUniversity of Auckland, 2013)
    Three families of probe-foraging birds, Scolopacidae (sandpipers and snipes), Apterygidae (kiwi), and Threskiornithidae (ibises, including spoonbills) have independently evolved long, narrow bills containing clusters ...
  • Corfield, Jeremy R.; Price, Kasandra; Iwaniuk, Andrew N.; Gutierrez-Ibanez, Cristian I.; Birkhead, Tim R.; Wylie, Douglas R. (Frontiers MediaArts and ScienceDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of AlbertaUniversity of LethbridgeTechnische Universität MünchenUniversity of Sheffield, 2015)
    The relative size of olfactory bulbs (OBs) is correlated with olfactory capabilities across vertebrates and is widely used to assess the relative importance of olfaction to a species’ ecology. In birds, variations in the ...
  • Gutierrez-Ibanez, Cristian I.; Iwaniuk, Andrew N.; Moore, Bret A.; Fernandez-Juricic, Esteban; Corfield, Jeremy R.; Krilow, Justin M.; Kolominsky, Jeffrey; Wylie, Douglas R. (Public Library of ScienceArts and ScienceDepartment of NeuroscienceUniversity of AlbertaUniversity of LethbridgePurdue University, 2014)
    Two main models have been proposed to explain how the relative size of neural structures varies through evolution. In the mosaic evolution model, individual brain structures vary in size independently of each other, whereas ...