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Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.).

Tom Reuter

Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.).

by Tom Reuter

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Published by Societas pro fauna et flora Fennica in Helsinki .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Visual pigments.,
  • Retinal ganglion cells.,
  • Nervous system.,
  • Rana temporaria.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [59]-64.

    SeriesActa zoologica Fennica,, 122
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH7 .S78 vol. 122
    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4779024M
    LC Control Number75493477

    individual ganglion cells themselves" (1). In BarlowandKuffler(2, 3)independentlydiscovered that manyganglion cells have an antagonistic spatial organi-zation in which either an excitatory center is paired with an inhibitory surround or an inhibitory center is paired with an excitatory surround. Thecenter-surround organization filtersCited by: projecting ganglion cells. A second question concerns the relationship of midget cell density to achromatic spatial acuity. On the one hand, there is evidence in macaque that, from peripheral to central retina, midget cells make up a constant fraction of the ganglion cell population, about 80% (Perry et .

    8. References. Aho, A.-C., Donner, K., Helenius, S., Larsen, L.O., and Reuter, T. (). Visual performance of the toad at low light levels: retinal ganglion cell. Doktorsavhandlingen Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) Alfred Ploetz Die Vorgänge in den Froschhoden unter dem Einfluss der Jahreszeit: Vergleich von Rana temporaria und esculenta, Avhandling vid.

    This makes Mysis an attractive clade for studying rates and modes of visual evolution in relation to photic environment. Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.). Acta Zool Fenn 1–Cited by: Topographic analysis of the ganglion cell layer in the retina of the four-eyed fish Anableps anableps - Volume 23 Issue 6 - FRANCISCO GILBERTO OLIVEIRA, JOÃO PAULO COIMBRA, ELIZABETH SUMI YAMADA, LUCIANO FOGAÇA DE ASSIS MONTAG, FRANCYLLENA L. NASCIMENTO, VALÉRIA A. OLIVEIRA, DIÓGENES LUÍS DA MOTA, ALEXANDRE MOTTA BITTENCOURT, VALDIR LUNA DA Cited by: 9.


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Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) by Tom Reuter Download PDF EPUB FB2

Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.). Reuter, T.: Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) Acta Zool.

Fenn. 1–64 (). Google Scholar Reuter, T., Virtanen, K.: Border and colour coding in the retina of the by: Reuter, T.: Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) Acta Zool.

Fenn.(). Google Scholar Reuter, T., Virtanen, K.: Border an colour coding in the retina of the by: Reuter pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adults frogs (Rana temporaria)Cited by: ().

Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.). Acta Zool. Visual pigments and spectral sensitivity in Rana temporaria and other European tadpoles. Vision Res.

Reuter T. () Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity Bridges C. () Effects of light and darkness on the in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs {Runa trmpw- visual pigments of amphibian by: 5. Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) a rod cell visual pigment and iodopsin, which is believed to be a cone pigment.

] add a rather intriguing member to the list. This cell, dubbed the ‘On-delayed’ retinal ganglion cell, responds to a step of light in an ‘On’ fashion, that is, it increases its firing as the intensity of the light falling in its receptive field increases, and it does this in a delayed fashion relative to the responses of other retinal ganglion cell types (Figure 1A).Cited by: 3.

Neuron Article Local and Global Contrast Adaptation in Retinal Ganglion Cells Mona M. Garvert1,4 and Tim Gollisch1,2,3,* 1Visual Coding Group, Max Planck Institute of Neurobiology, Martinsried, Germany 2Department of Ophthalmology, University Medical Center Go ¨ttingen, Gottingen, Germany 3Bernstein Center for Computational Neuroscience Go ¨ttingen, Gottingen, Germany.

Perception Lecture Notes: Retinal Ganglion Cells Professor David Heeger what we are really interested in is the relationship between this ganglion cell's activity (firing rate) and the visual stimulus image.

to the ganglion cell, or; the region of the visual field in which light stimuli evoke responses in the ganglion cell. Background: To investigate and quantify the impact of intracranial lesions at different locations within the visual pathway on the ganglion cell layer–inner plexiform layer (GCL–IPL) complex and the retinal nerve fiber layer (RNFL).

Methods: Patients with intracranial lesions affecting the optic chiasm (Group I) or the optic tract and/or lateral geniculate nucleus (Group II) were included. Reuter, T. Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.).

Acta Zool. Fenn. 1–64 (). Google ScholarCited by: (). Two remarks on the visual system of the frog. Unit responses in the frog's tectum to moving and nonmoving visual stimuli.

Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.).Author: Dwight A. Burkhardt and Paul Whittle. The search for the mechanism of polarization sensitivity in amphibians has to be Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult activity in the retinae of Author: Victor Benno Meyer-Rochow.

promises to yield insights into how populations of ganglion cells encode visual stimuli and how the retinal circuitry processes its visual inputs. RESULTS Determination of array spacing Electrical activity was recorded by placing the ganglion cell layer against a planar multi-electrode array of either hexagonal (Fig.

1a) or. Ganglion cell axons terminate in brain visual centers, principally the lateral geniculate nucleus and the superior colliculus. Ganglion cell axons are directed to specific visual centers depending of the visual ‘trigger features’ they encode.

The optic nerve collects all the axons of the ganglion cells. The Topography of Ganglion Cell Production in the Cat’s Retina’ glion cells which survive in the adult are produced as several temporally shifted, overlapping waves: medium-sized cells and Walsh, ).

The retinae were embedded in glycol methacrylate resin (a soft plastic) so that large regions of the retina could be sectioned en Cited by: Intrinsically Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells MICHAEL TRI HOANG DO AND KING-WAI YAU Solomon H.

Snyder Department of Neuroscience and Center for Sensory Biology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland I. Introduction II. Intrinsically Photosensitive Retinal Ganglion Cells as Encoders Of Luminance III.

Author(s): Reuter,Tom; Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica, Title(s): Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.)/ by Tom Reuter. Country of Publication: Finland Publisher: Helsinki: Societas pro Fauna et Flora Fennica, Description: 64 pages: illustrations.

Red rod pigments were also analyzed for a number of tadpoles. In some cases the data were best fitted with an A r based visual pigment template, in other cases with an A2-based template, and finally some tadpoles appeared to have mixtures of the two pigments.

Keywords: Amphibia, Visual pigments, Rod receptors, Microspectrophotometry tadpoles. Doktorsavhandlingen Visual pigments and ganglion cell activity in the retinae of tadpoles and adult frogs (Rana temporaria L.) innehöll ansatsen.The topographic organization of retinal ganglion cells was examined in the Florida manatee (Trichechus manatus latirostris) to assess gan-glion cell size and distribution and to estimate retinal resolution.

The ganglion cell layer of the manatee’s retina was comprised primarily of large neurons with broad intercellular spaces.pigment epithelium (RPE) located next to the neurosensory retina.7 The other 9 layers of the neurosensory retina include the photoreceptor layer, external limiting membrane, outer nuclear layer, outer plexiform layer, inner nuclear layer, inner plexiform layer, ganglion cell layer, nerve fiber layer and internal limiting membrane