Reciprocal connections of amygdaloid nuclei with the temporal neocortex in the dog were investigated. Injections of fluorescent tracers and BDA into particular temporal areas were made in eleven dogs. The topographical arrangement of connections and variations in their density differentiate the temporal neocortex in the dog into a few regions. Among them… (More)
Fig. 1. Diagrams and low-power photomicrographs of coronal sections through the temporal neocortex illustrate examples of injections of three fluorochromes. A, localization of fluoro ruby (FR) injections (asterisks) in the posterior Sylvian gyms (Sp) in D l l,L is shown on the diagram of the left hemisphere and on the drawing of the coronal section from the marked level (a). B, localizations of fast blue (FB) (solid triangles) and diarnidyne yellow (DY) (solid circles) injections in the posterior ectosylvian (EP) and posterior Sylvian areas respectively, in D6, are shown on the diagram of the right hemisphere and drawings of the coronal sections from the marked levels (a,b). C-E, photomicrographs of FR, FB and DY injections.