The fine structure of the lateral geniculate complex in the frog Rana esculenta.

Abstract

The lateral geniculate complex of the frog is composed of two neuropil areas, the neuropil of Bellonci and the corpus geniculatum thalamicum that receive axons of retinal origin. The nucleus of Bellonci, and some other cell groups project dendrites into the neuropil. In normal animals three types of axon terminals (A1, A2, A3), light and dark dendrites… (More)

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@article{Lazar1996TheFS, title={The fine structure of the lateral geniculate complex in the frog Rana esculenta.}, author={Greg A. Lazar}, journal={Acta biologica Hungarica}, year={1996}, volume={47 1-4}, pages={273-85} }