Reversed visuomotor behavior mediated by induced ipsilateral retinal projections in goldfish.


1. When one optic lobe of a goldfish is removed and the optic nerve from the contralateral eye is deflected ipsilaterally, the nerve innervates the intact, previously foreign side. When the control eye is left intact, the animal shows normal swimming and coordination of head and eyes. In some cases, however, optokinetic nystagmus evoked through the… (More)


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