Specificity of color connectivity between primate V1 and V2.

@article{Roe1999SpecificityOC,
  title={Specificity of color connectivity between primate V1 and V2.},
  author={Anna W. Roe and D. Y. Ts'o},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1999},
  volume={82 5},
  pages={2719-30}
}
To examine the functional interactions between the color and form pathways in the primate visual cortex, we have examined the functional connectivity between pairs of color oriented and nonoriented V1 and V2 neurons in Macaque monkeys. Optical imaging maps for color selectivity, orientation preference, and ocular dominance were used to identify specific functional compartments within V1 and V2 (blobs and thin stripes). These sites then were targeted with multiple electrodes, single neurons… CONTINUE READING

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