Development and Organization of the Retina From Molecules to function [electronic resource] :

  • Chalupa, Leo M. editor. , Finlay, Barbara L. editor.
  • 1998
Development and Organization of the Retina From Molecules to function [electronic resource] :
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  • Title/Author
    Development and Organization of the Retina[electronic resource] :From Molecules to function / edited by Leo M. Chalupa, Barbara L. Finlay.
  • Varying Title
    Proceedings of a NATO ASI held in Crete, Greece, June 18-28, 1997
  • Author
    Chalupa, Leo M., editor., Finlay, Barbara L., editor.
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    SpringerLink (Online service)
  • Phy Desc.
    IX, 345 p. : online resource.
  • Total State.
    NATO ASI Series, Series A: Life Sciences ; 299
  • Contents Note
    1. Development of Vision and the Pre-Visual System -- 2. Cellular and Molecular Aspects of Photoreceptor Differentiation -- 3. Embryonic Patterning of Cone Subtypes in the Mammalian Retina -- 4. Development of Cone Distribution Patterns in Mammals -- 5. Genesis of Topographic and Cellular Diversity in the Primate Retina -- 6. Development of ON and OFF Retinal Ganglion Cell Mosaics -- 7. Getting to Grips with Neuronal Diversity: What Is a Neuronal Type -- 8. Glio-Neuronal Interactions in Retinal Development -- 9. Comparative Anatomy and Function of Mammalian Horizontal Cells -- 10. Parallel Pathways of Primate Vision: Sampling of Information in the Fourier Space by M and P Cells -- 11. Transient and Persistent Na+, Ca2+, and Mixed-Cation Currents in Retinal Ganglion Cells -- 12. Synaptic Transmission between Retinal Neurons -- 13. Scaling the Retina, Micro and Macro -- 14. Retinal Ganglion Cell Axonal Transport: Moving down the Road to Functional Connections -- 15. Developmental Changes in the Spontaneous Bursting Patterns of ON and OFF Retinal Ganglion Cells -- 16. The Diseased Retinal Ganglion Cell and Its Propensity to Survive and Regenerate an Axon with Functional Significance -- 17. The Role of Activity-Dependent Mechanisms in Pattern Formation in the Retinogeniculate Pathway -- 18. Functional Consequences of Eliminating Prenatal Binocular Interactions -- 19. Role of Serotonin in the Development of the Retinotectal Projection.
  • Topical Term
    Plant science.
    Medicine & Public Health.
    Plant Sciences.
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    Springer eBooks
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    Printed edition: 9781461374336
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