There is an intriguing paper in PNAS on the teensy 320 neurons in the worm C. Elegans which indicates that some Kyoto U chaps are imaging the teensy minimalists’ brains as to how a specific behavior is stored:
I found it on the Neuroscience group list - cognitiveneuroscienceforum@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
This is the kind of experimental evidence that can be leverage for significant knowledge of how our ancestors’ (c.elegans among them) brains changed as the species were derived, one from another.
Rich AT EnglishLogicKernel DOT com
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