A Study of the Afferent Pathways of the Dragonfly Lateral Ocellus from Extracellularly Recorded Spike Discharges

@inproceedings{Rosser2005ASO,
  title={A Study of the Afferent Pathways of the Dragonfly Lateral Ocellus from Extracellularly Recorded Spike Discharges},
  author={Brenda Rosser},
  year={2005}
}
A number of extracellular electrophysiological studies of the dorsal ocelli of several insect species have been published (Parry, 1947; Hoyle, 1955; Burtt & Catton, 1956; Ruck, 1957; 1958a, b; 1961a, b, c; 1966; Goldsmith & Ruck, 1958; Metschl, 1963) and are reviewed by Goodman (1970). Recently, an intracellular study has appeared (Chappell & Dowling, 1972). There is therefore a considerable body of evidence on ocellar physiology in addition to the anatomical data from electron-microscopy (Ruck… CONTINUE READING

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