[The lateral geniculate body of the guinea pig (Cavia aperea f. domestica). Its organization with reference to retinal afferents].

Abstract

The lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) of the guinea pig was studied in order to investigate the existence of an alpha- and beta-sector. On the basis of the fibre arrangement and the cell distribution in its rostral third the LGd can be subdivided into an alpha- and beta-sector. The caudal half of the LGd comprises the alpha-sector only. In contrast to the… (More)

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