Development of adrenergic innervation of the iris and fluorescent ganglion cells in the choroid of the chick eye.

Abstract

The developing innervation of the chick eye has been studied using catecholamine histofluorescence. The innervation of the pupillary dilator by the superior cervical ganglion begins on day 13 of incubation when fluorescent axons can be seen in the ciliary zone circumscribing the dilator. On day 14 a few processes are seen to branch from this band into the… (More)

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