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F. Zettler,R. Weiler,D.L. Alkon
Springer; Ex-library, a little rubbing to corners, light bum edition (November 19, 1976)
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Neural Principles in Vision. The Economy of Photoreceptor Function in a Primitive Nervous System.

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Alkon, Daniel L. & Weiler, Reto. amp; Zettler, Friedrich. Neural principles in vision. Proceedings in life sciences. presented at the symposium. Berlin ; New York : Springer-Verlag. Alkon, Daniel L. and Weiler, Reto. and Zettler, Friedrich. Springer-Verlag Berlin ; New York 1976. Australian/Harvard Citation. held at the Zoological Institute of the University of Munich during the 15th through the 20th of September, 1975. Proceedings in life sciences). With Contributions by D. L. Alkon. V. Braitenberg W. Burkhardt· N. M. Case·. 1. Vision-Congresses. 2. Retina-Congresses. I. Zettler, Friedrich, 1934-II. Laboratory of Biophysics, National In-stitute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland 20014, USA. AUTRUM, . Zoologisches Institut der Universitat. nGcehremn,anLy uisenstr.

Автор: F. Zettler; . F. Zettler, R. Weiler. Neural Principles in Vision Proceedings in Life Sciences. Conference proceedings. Part of the Proceedings in Life Sciences book series (LIFE SCIENCES).

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Neural Principles in Vision (Proceedings in Life Sciences). Evolution has been and still is the cornerstone of modern science

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Friedrich Zettler, R. Retinal Structure and Function. The first optic neuropile of the dipteran eye, the lamina ganglionaris, is structurally very complex, and the function underlying this intricate spatial organization is not at all well understood.

Scientific investigation of the retina began with extensive studies of its anatomical structure. The selective staining of neurons achieved by the Golgi method has led to a comprehensive picture of the architecture of the tissue in terms of its individ­ ual elements. Cajal, in particular, used this tech­ nique to reveal the fundamentals of retinal struc­ ture. In the studies that followed, selective stain­ ing method continued to be decisive in the analysis of neuroanatomy, and in recent years these techniques have been complemented by electron microscopy. The complexity of retinal structure that has been revealed demands a functional explanation, and elec­ trophysiology attempts to provide it. But functional analysis, like anatomy, must ultimately be based on the single cell. It is only by using dyes to mark the recording site that one can identify the cells involved. When this succeeds, as it has recently, one can actually fit functional events into the ana­ tomical framework. With these advances, our strate­ gies and tactics toward an understanding of the structure and function of the retina have moved in­ to a new phase.