The retinal ganglion cell layer and optic nerve in a marsupial, the honey possum (Tarsipes rostratus).


We examined the retina and optic nerve of one of the smallest mammals, the honey possum (Tarsipes rostratus), a marsupial. Ganglion and displaced amacrine cells were distinguished by morphological criteria in retinal wholemounts stained with cresyl violet. There was a mean of 90,000 ganglion cells which were distributed as an area centralis in the mid… (More)


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