Data from: Functional MRI in the Nile crocodile: a new avenue for evolutionary neurobiology

Mehdi Behroozi, Brendon K. Billings, Xavier Helluy, Paul R. Manger, Onur Güntürkün & Felix Ströckens
Crocodilians are important for understanding the evolutionary history of amniote neural systems as they are the nearest extant relatives of modern birds and share a stem amniote ancestor with mammals. Although the crocodilian brain has been investigated anatomically, functional studies are rare. Here we employed fMRI, never tested in poikilotherms, to investigate crocodilian telencephalic sensory processing. Juvenile Crocodylus niloticus were placed in a 7T MRI scanner to record BOLD signal changes during presentation of visual...
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