Abnormal visual input leads to development of abnormal axon trajectories in frogs.

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Throughout the normal vertebrate brain, visual maps form the left and right eyes overlap and are in register with one another. Visual input has a major role in the development of the pathways which mediate these binocular projections. A dramatic example of the developmental role of sensory input occurs in the isthmo-tectal projection, which is part of the… (More)

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