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The same set of stimuli and analytic methods that was used to study the dynamics of horizontal cells () was applied to a study of the response dynamics and signal processing in amacrine cells in the retina of the kissing gourami, Helostoma rudolfi. The retina contains two major classes of amacrine cells that could be identified from their morphology: C and(More)
There are two types of horizontal cells, the luminosity and the chromaticity cells, in the retina of the kissing gourami, Helostoma rudolfi. Luminosity cells occupy the outermost layer proximal to the receptor terminals, whereas chromaticity cells form a layer proximal to the layer of luminosity cells. Neither type of cell has axons. Responses were evoked(More)
The dynamics of intracellular responses from ganglion cells, as well as that of spike discharges, were studied with the stimulus regimens and analytic procedures identical to those used to study the dynamics of the responses from horizontal and amacrine cells (,). The stimuli used were large fields of red and green light given as a pulsatile input or(More)
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