Functional architecture of vestibular primary afferents from the posterior semicircular canal of a turtle, Pseudemys (Trachemys) scripta elegans.


Physiological studies in many vertebrates indicate that vestibular primary afferents are not a homogeneous population. Such data raise the question of what structural mechanisms underlie these physiological differences and what functional role is played by afferents of each type. We have begun to answer these questions by characterizing the architecture of… (More)


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