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Evidence That Cut Optic Nerve Fibers in a Frog Regenerate to Their Proper Places in the Tectum

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Science  18 Dec 1959:
Vol. 130, Issue 3390, pp. 1709-1710
DOI: 10.1126/science.130.3390.1709

Abstract

The frog's retina projects into the superficial neuropil of the opposite tectum in four functionally different layers of terminals. Each layer displays a continuous map of the retina in terms of its particular function. The four maps are in register. The fourth-dimensional order is reconstituted after section and regeneration of the optic fibers.

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