Excerpt from The Journal of Comparative Neurology, Vol. 12: A Quarterly Periodical Devoted to the Comparative Study of the Nervous System, 1902
After the manuscript was completed and about to be sent to the printer the excellent paper of houser on the neurones of the selachia... n brain came into my hands. I have added brief comments upon such parts of this paper as touch upon matters treated in the present paper. It is unfortunate that Professor houser has not treated of the fiber tracts, and has given neither general figures nor a description of the nerve roots by which to identify the sensory centers in the medulla.
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