List of contributors.
Preface by Jan Voogd.
I. Development of the cerebellum.
1. Development of the olivocerebellar system: migration and formation of cerebellar maps C. Sotelo and A. Chédotal.
2. The genetics of early cerebellar development: networks not pathways K. Herrup, C. Murcia, F. Gulden, B. Kuemerle and N. Bilovocky.
3. Regionalization of the isthmic and cerebellar primordial N. Narboux-Nême, A. Louvi, P. Alexandre and M. Wassef.
4. Bcl-2 protection of axotomized purkinje cells in organotypic culture is age dependent and not associated with an enhancement of axonal regeneration A.M. Ghoumari, R. Wehrlé, C. Sotelo and I. Dusart.
II. Structural cerebellar plasticity.
5. Axonal and synaptic remodeling in the mature cerebellar cortex R. Cesa and P. Strata.
6. Fate restriction and developmental potential of cerebellar progenitors: Transplantation studies in the developing CNS P. Grimaldi, B. Carletti, L. Magrassi and F. Rossi.
III. Cell physiological cerebellar plasticity.
7. Long-term potentiation of synaptic transmission at the mossy fiber - granule cell relay of cerebellum E. D'Angelo, P. Rossi, D. Gall, F. Pestori, T. Nieus, A. Maffei and E. Sola.
8. Climbing fiber synaptic plasticity and modifications in Purkinje cell excitability
M.T. Schmolesky, C.I. De Zeeuw and C. Hansel.
9. Bases and implications of learning in the cerebellum - adaptive control and internal model mechanism M. Ito.
IV. Imaging of cerebellar activity.
10. Synaptic transmission and long-term depression in Purkinje cells in an in vitro block preparation of t