Constant dendritic coverage by ganglion cells with growth of the goldfish's retina.

Abstract

This study demonstrates that in the retina of the goldfish a type of ganglion cell, whose dendritic development has been well characterized [Hitchcock P.F. and Easter S. S. Jr (1986) J. Neurosci. 6, 1037-1050], is distributed across the retina in a nonrandom pattern, and the dendritic fields of this cell type overlap to completely cover, or "tile" the… (More)

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@article{Hitchcock1987ConstantDC, title={Constant dendritic coverage by ganglion cells with growth of the goldfish's retina.}, author={Peter F Hitchcock}, journal={Vision research}, year={1987}, volume={27 1}, pages={17-22} }