2 edition of Aspects of the design of the visual pathways of mouse and rat found in the catalog.
Aspects of the design of the visual pathways of mouse and rat
Helena M. E. Hallett
Bibliography: p. 27-34.
|Statement||Helena M.E. Hallett, Peter E. Hallett.|
|Series||Technical reports on research in biological and computational vision at the University of Toronto -- RBCV-TR-86-12|
|Contributions||Hallett, Peter E.|
|LC Classifications||QP475 H27 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||34 p. :|
|Number of Pages||34|
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The ratios of neuron numbers (rat/mouse) are similar to the ratio of retinal areas or the squared ratio of eye sizes; so to a first approximation the two species have linearly scaled eyes, equal photoreceptor spacings (in μm), and visual pathways scaled numerically by the number of Cited by: A visual discrimination apparatus was developed to evaluate the visual sensitivity of normal pigmented rats (n=13) and Ster-line-3 retinal degenerate (RD) rats (n=15).
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