Jorge Mpodozis Marín
Jorge Mpodozis Marín
Departamento de Biología, Facultad de Ciencias, Universidad de Chile
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Brain, language and the origin of human mental functions
H Maturana, J Mpodozis, JC Letelier
Biological Research 28, 15-15, 1995
The origin of species by means of natural drift
H Maturana-Romesín, J Mpodozis
Rev Chil Hist Nat 73, 261-310, 2000
Two distinct populations of tectal neurons have unique connections within the retinotectorotundal pathway of the pigeon (Columba livia)
HJ Karten, K Cox, J Mpodozis
Journal of Comparative Neurology 387 (3), 449-465, 1997
Autopoietic and (M,R) systems
JC Letelier, G Marın, J Mpodozis
Journal of theoretical biology 222 (2), 261-272, 2003
GABAergic inputs to the nucleus rotundus (pulvinar inferior) of the pigeon (Columba livia)
J Mpodozis, K Cox, T Shimizu, HJ Bischof, W Woodson, HJ Karten
Journal of Comparative Neurology 374 (2), 204-222, 1996
Regional specialization of the quail retina: ganglion cell density and oil droplet distribution
V Budnik, J Mpodozis, FJ Varela, HR Maturana
Neuroscience letters 51 (1), 145-150, 1984
A cholinergic gating mechanism controlled by competitive interactions in the optic tectum of the pigeon
G Marín, C Salas, E Sentis, X Rojas, JC Letelier, J Mpodozis
Journal of Neuroscience 27 (30), 8112-8121, 2007
El origen de las especies por medio de la deriva natural
Revista chilena de historia natural 73 (2), 261-310, 2000
Oscillatory bursts in the optic tectum of birds represent re-entrant signals from the nucleus isthmi pars parvocellularis
G Marín, J Mpdozis, E Sentis, T Ossandón, JC Letelier
Journal of Neuroscience 25 (30), 7081-7089, 2005
Spatial organization of the pigeon tectorotundal pathway: an interdigitating topographic arrangement
G Marín, JC Letelier, P Henny, E Sentis, G Farfán, F Fredes, N Pohl, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 458 (4), 361-380, 2003
Influencing and interpreting visual input: the role of a visual feedback system
E Gruberg, E Dudkin, Y Wang, G Marín, C Salas, E Sentis, J Letelier, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 26 (41), 10368-10371, 2006
Attentional capture? Synchronized feedback signals from the isthmi boost retinal signals to higher visual areas
GJ Marín, E Durán, C Morales, C González-Cabrera, E Sentis, J Mpodozis, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 32 (3), 1110-1122, 2012
Percepción: configuración conductual del objeto
H Maturana, J Mpodozis
Arch. Biol. Med. Exp 20, 319-328, 1987
Anatomical organization of the visual dorsal ventricular ridge in the chick (Gallus gallus): layers and columns in the avian pallium
P Ahumada‐Galleguillos, M Fernández, GJ Marin, JC Letelier, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 523 (17), 2618-2636, 2015
Can red flowers be conspicuous to bees? Bombus dahlbomii and South American temperate forest flowers as a case in point
J Martínez-Harms, AG Palacios, N Márquez, P Estay, MTK Arroyo, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (4), 564-571, 2010
Effects of retinal lesions upon the distribution of nicotinic acetylcholine receptor subunits in the chick visual system
LRG Britto, AS Torrao, DE Hamassaki‐Britto, J Mpodozis, KT Keyser, ...
Journal of Comparative Neurology 350 (3), 473-484, 1994
Bilateral and ipsilateral ascending tectopulvinar pathways in mammals: a study in the squirrel (Spermophilus beecheyi)
F Fredes, T Vega‐Zuniga, H Karten, J Mpodozis
Journal of Comparative Neurology 520 (8), 1800-1818, 2012
Skeletal plasticity in response to embryonic muscular activity underlies the development and evolution of the perching digit of birds
JF Botelho, D Smith-Paredes, S Soto-Acuña, J Mpodozis, V Palma, ...
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-11, 2015
Cognitive ecology in hummingbirds: the role of sexual dimorphism and its anatomical correlates on memory
PL Gonzalez-Gomez, N Madrid-Lopez, JE Salazar, R Suarez, ...
PLoS One 9 (3), e90165, 2014
Does nocturnality drive binocular vision? Octodontine rodents as a case study
T Vega-Zuniga, FS Medina, F Fredes, C Zuniga, D Severín, AG Palacios, ...
PLoS One 8 (12), e84199, 2013
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