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1. Phylogeny of putative cholinergic visual pathways through the pretectum to the hypothalamus in teleost fish


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2. Possible multiple evolution of indirect telencephalo-cerebellar pathways in teleosts: studies in Carassius auratus and Pantodon buchholzi


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3. The Visually Related Posterior Pretectal Nucleus in the Non-Percomorph Teleost Osteoglossum bicirrhosum Projects to the Hypothalamus


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4. Histochemical, connectional and cytoarchitectonic evidence for a secondary reduction of the pretectum in the European eel Anguilla anguilla


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5. The valvula cerebelli of the spiny eel, Macrognathus aculeatus, receives primary lateral-line afferents from the rostrum of the upper jaw


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6. Production of $ \Lambda$ and $ \Sigma^{0}_{}$ hyperons in proton-proton collisions


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7. The pK0Σ+ final state in proton-proton collisions


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8. Erratum to: Production of $ \Lambda$ and $ \Sigma^{0}_{}$ hyperons in proton-proton collisions


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9. Production of Lambda and Sigma^0 hyperons in proton-proton collisions


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10. Influence of N*-resonances on hyperon production in the channel pp->K+ Lambda p at 2.95, 3.20 and 3.30 GeV/c beam momentum


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