Visual behaviour in birds: Linking brain and behaviour


Lesley J.Rogers;


<正> Many aspects of avian behaviour essential for adaptation and survival, including foraging for food, selection of mates, defense of territory or escaping from predators, depend on having a well developed visual system. In fact, no other class of species depends as much on vision as does Aves. This symposium will explore visual function in birds in terms of the neuroanatomy and neurophysiology of the visual systems and visual behaviour. A number of recent findings make this topic timely.


visual pathways, visual behaviour, development, lateralization


To explore the background and basis of the node document

Springer Journals Database

Total: 0 articles

Similar documents

Documents that have the similar content to the node document