R. Land

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Extracellular local field potentials (LFPs) and multiunit activity (MUA) reflect the spatially integrated activity of multiple neurons in a given cortical structure. In the cat and primate visual cortices, these signals exhibit selectivity for visual stimulus features, such as orientation, direction of motion or spatial frequency. In the mouse visual(More)
The reproductive performance of sheep can be changed by genetic selection within as well as among populations. The availability of diverse lines would facilitate selection among populations and serve as the basis for research to assess criteria to increase the accuracy of recognition of genetic merit and hence the rate of response within populations. The(More)
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