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Several classes of second-order retinal neurons have been studied electrophysiologically in European eel (Anguilla anguilla) from two different localities, Lake Seliger in Russia and the coastal waters of the Adriatic Sea in Montenegro. The majority of L-horizontal cells (68 explored) had both rod and cone inputs, an uncommon phenomenon among teleosts.(More)
The technique of quantitative UV-cytophotometry of RNA was used for comparative study of the sensitivity of frog retina cells to the movement of stimuli and flashings. A corresponding set of stimulators which includes the movement of mounted stimuli and heterogenous flashings of diffuse light showed that a type of cells exists in the interior nuclear layer(More)
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