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DAVID H. HUBEL and TORSTEN N. WIESEL

Print publication date: 2004

Print ISBN-13: 9780195176186

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780195176186.001.0001

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(p.57) Part III Normal Physiology and Anatomy

(p.57) Part III Normal Physiology and Anatomy

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Keywords:   cat cortex, retina, Torsten, mutual antagonism, receptive fields, binocular interaction

Keywords:   monkey optic nerve, spider monkey, monkey retina, monochromatic stimuli, retinal ganglion cells

Keywords:   cat lateral geniculate, retina, thiopental, integrative action, optic tract, clustered firing

Keywords:   cortical cells, complex receptive fields, functional architecture, cat visual cortex, binocular interaction

Keywords:   Area 18, Area 19, visual I, visual II, visual III, nonstriate visual areas, topography, columnar architecture, physiological mapping

Keywords:   monkey lateral geniculate, mammalian visual neurophysiology, color, rhesus monkey, dark adaptation, receptive fields

Keywords:   cat corpus callosum, receptive fields, vertical meridian, simultaneous recordings

Keywords:   monkey striate cortex, cortical layering, ocular dominance, horizontal system, vertical system

Keywords:   suprasylvian sulcus, lateral suprasylvian gyrus, area 17

Keywords:   binocular depth, area 18, macaque monkey, monkey cortex, stereoscopic depth

Keywords:   ocular dominance columns, striate cortex, macaque monkey, lesions, layer IV, Nauta method

Keywords:   ocular dominance columns, autoradiography, geniculostriate pathway, transneuronal transport

Keywords:   orientation columns, cortical surface, sequences

Keywords:   magnification factor, area 17, field size, ocular dominance columns, cortex uniformity

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