Age dependence of the effect of squint on cells in Kittens' visual cortex

  • Uri Yinon
  • Published 1976 in Experimental Brain Research


The period of susceptibility of the visual cortex of kittens to the effect of squint is limited to the first three postnatal months. The reduction of binocularity found in these kittens as reflected by the distribution of neurons according to their ocular dominance is especially emphasized in animals operated on between the ages of 4–7 weeks in comparison… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00238279

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