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It was previously shown that the contralateral (relative to preferred side of turns) optokinetic stimulation and ipsilateral eye enucleation cause a significant, 2- to 4-fold reduction of the ventral dendrite (VD) volume in one of two goldfish Mauthner neurons (MN) that becomes more active functionally. In this study, we investigated the MN ultrastructure(More)
Previously we have demonstrated, that the contralateral optokinetic (visual) stimulation (COS) induces an inversion of goldfish motor asymmetry and three-fold decrease of the ventral dendrite of ipsilateral Mauthner neuron (MN) volume, whereas repetitive in training mode daily COS sessions induced a motor behavior resistance to this influence in fish. In(More)
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