By Dr. Tilly Edinger (auth.)
Dr. Tilly Edinger's first released paper handled a mind cast-in extra special phrases an endocast of the cranial cavity-of Noth08auru8, a Triassic relative of the plesiosaurs. With this she launched into a operating life of devotion to paleoneurology, a box of analysis that she was once to remodel. A daughter of the recognized neurologist Ludwig Edinger, it used to be applicable in addition to lucky that her early curiosity in fossil vertebrates must have turn into centred upon the restoration of such details in regards to the heritage of the critical fearful method as can be bought from fossil fabric. Her father obviously had no direct effect upon her number of· this then imprecise and tough topic, even though in the relations circle she most likely absorbed from him a few appreciation of neoneurology. in some way, in spite of the fact that, via his accumulation in Frankfurt of an exceptional number of contemporary brains, he supplied the comparative fabric necessary to her experiences throughout the years she spent there. Early in her profession she released Die FOBsilen Gehirne (1929). right here was once collected jointly for the 1st time approximately the entire commonly scattered details at the subject. It had an instantaneous impression. As one writer justly remarked, this "invaluable overview . . . serves not just as a foundation for carrying on with and systematizing study on mind casts but in addition as a sign of the worse gaps in current wisdom" (Simpson, 1933). The bibliography appended to it indexed 250 titles. A bibliography she released in 1937 integrated one hundred sixty extra titles.
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Archegonaspia" fig. 156. The pineal macula is transversely oval, clearly indicated in one specimen of V. 411, 419). : Uccelli, paleontologia. EncicI. itaI. 84, 593-594 (1937). 593), "scarcely developed brain with prominent optic lobes" among those of Ichthyornia (p. 594) De Rochebrune, A. : See Rochebrune, A. T. : See Serres, M. : See Terra, H. : Nerfs craniens et circulation cephalique de Plioplatecarpu8 Marshi. Ann. Paleont. 30,45-59 (1943). 49-50) and illustrated (fig. 8, with some nerves reconstructed; p.
Sci. 37, 163-256 (1938). 2'15-216: "Brain" of Tkinocyon described and dorsal view reconstructed, fig. 21 mention of Patrio/elia brain as "shown partly" [no longer visible in the mounted skull], identifying tentorium Denison, R. : Evolution and classification of the Osteostraci. Fieldiana: Gaol. 11, 157-196 (1951). Besides discussing and figuring the lateral fields and their nerves, contains (fig. 22, A and B) dorsal view outlines of the brain cavity of TremataspiB and Oeselaapia Denison, R. H: The Cyathaspididae: A family of Silurian and Devonian jawless vertebrates.
564-565, pI. II, £S. 2-3 Cope, E. : The evidence for evolution in the history of the extinct Mammalia. Proc. Am. Assoc. Adv. Sci. 32, 32-48 (1883c). The evidence includes "the series of the brain. " etc. 42) and other general comments pp. 42-43 Cope, E. : The Vertebrata of the Tertiary formations of the West. Rep. U. S. Gaol. Surv. Terr. 3, I-XXV, 1-1009 (1883d). 401-402, pI. XXIIIf, f. 176-177, pI. XXIV, f. 246, pI. XXIVe, f. 1; Stypolophus whitiae, p. 293; a character of the genus M enisootherium [assumed from one skull, T.
Paleoneurology 1804–1966: An Annotated Bibliography by Dr. Tilly Edinger (auth.)