Biological Foundations of Behavior

Biological Foundations of Behavior

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This receptive field organization is achieved by the wiring organization of the intermediate cells (Fig. 7-10). Species differences exist in the response characteristics of their ganglion cells (Rodieck aamp;. Brening, 1983). ... mammals do, and some mammals, such as rabbits and ground squirrels, do more retinal processing than do the primates (Michael, 1969). ... 10 This is a simplified diagram of how receptors, bipolars, horizontal cells and ganglion cells may be synaptkally connected toanbsp;...

Title:Biological Foundations of Behavior
Author:Daniel W. Leger
Publisher:HarperCollins Publishers - 1992


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