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Sleep has been studied in 14 of the 18 orders of placental mammals, in the marsupials, and in one monotreme. With the exception of dolphins and the echidna, where no signs of PS were found, NREM sleep and PS were present in all species. For some species, spectral analysis of the EEG has allowed us to describe the three vigilance states according to their frequency distribution (Fig. 1A). 0 Hz) exceed those of REM sleep and wakefulness by one order of magnitude. a-Activity is most prominent in REM sleep and wakefulness 23 SLEEP EVOLUTION TABLE 1.
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