The Development of the Visual System of the Albino Rat

The Development of the Visual System of the Albino Rat

Most authors who have studied the whole visual system described the fiber connections between the different nuclear centers (Monakow, 1883, 1889; Probst, 1900; Minkowski, 1913, 1920, 1934; Kosaka and Hiraiwa, 1914; Put­ nam, 1926; Oshinomi ...

Author: A. Raedler

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 3540070796

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Most authors who have studied the whole visual system described the fiber connections between the different nuclear centers (Monakow, 1883, 1889; Probst, 1900; Minkowski, 1913, 1920, 1934; Kosaka and Hiraiwa, 1914; Put nam, 1926; Oshinomi, 1930; Papez and Freeman, 1930; Lashley, 1931, 1934a, 1934b, 1941; Barris and Ingram, 1933/34; Le Gros Clark and Penman, 1934; Waller, 1934; Chang, 1936; Gillilan, 1940; Le Gros Clark, 1942; Krieg, 1946a, 1946b, 1947; Nauta and Bucher, 1954; Hayhow et al. , 1962; Lund, 1966; Mon tero, 1968). The histogenetic and cytogenetic differentiation of the various components of the visual system has been treated in numerous individual studies mostly on the cerebral cortex and the retina and to a lesser degree on the superior col liculus and the lateral geniculate body, however, it has not yet been investigated under the aspects of developmental interactions of a functional system on the basis of comparing the development of the different brain parts involved with re spect to the establishment of a functionally interrelated system. The first concepts of the histological differentiation of the neural tube and parts of the more advanced central nervous system were based on the classical neuroblast-spon gioblast-theory of His (1889, 1904), Cajal (1911, 1960) and Lorente de No (1922, 1933, 1949). The development of the definitive cerebral cortex with its 6 laminae according to Tilney (1933) was attributed to three successive cell migrations which form the supragranular, granular and infragranular layers.
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The Development of the Visual System of the Albino Rat

The Development of the Visual System of the Albino Rat

Connections of the cerebral cortex. I. The albino rat. C. Extrinsic connections. J. comp. Neurol. 86, 267—394 (1947) Kuhlenbeck, H.: The ontogenetic development of the diencephalic centers in a bird's brain (chick) and comparison with ...

Author: A. Raedler

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642454615

Category: Medical

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Most authors who have studied the whole visual system described the fiber connections between the different nuclear centers (Monakow, 1883, 1889; Probst, 1900; Minkowski, 1913, 1920, 1934; Kosaka and Hiraiwa, 1914; Put nam, 1926; Oshinomi, 1930; Papez and Freeman, 1930; Lashley, 1931, 1934a, 1934b, 1941; Barris and Ingram, 1933/34; Le Gros Clark and Penman, 1934; Waller, 1934; Chang, 1936; Gillilan, 1940; Le Gros Clark, 1942; Krieg, 1946a, 1946b, 1947; Nauta and Bucher, 1954; Hayhow et al., 1962; Lund, 1966; Mon tero, 1968). The histogenetic and cytogenetic differentiation of the various components of the visual system has been treated in numerous individual studies mostly on the cerebral cortex and the retina and to a lesser degree on the superior col liculus and the lateral geniculate body, however, it has not yet been investigated under the aspects of developmental interactions of a functional system on the basis of comparing the development of the different brain parts involved with re spect to the establishment of a functionally interrelated system. The first concepts of the histological differentiation of the neural tube and parts of the more advanced central nervous system were based on the classical neuroblast-spon gioblast-theory of His (1889, 1904), Cajal (1911, 1960) and Lorente de No (1922, 1933, 1949). The development of the definitive cerebral cortex with its 6 laminae according to Tilney (1933) was attributed to three successive cell migrations which form the supragranular, granular and infragranular layers.
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Visual Neuroscience

Visual Neuroscience

... 3 , 481-6 Raedler , A. & Sievers , J. ( 1975 ) The development of the visual system of the albino rat . Adt . Anat . Embryol . Cell Biol . , 50 , 1-87 Rager , G. ( 1980 ) Development of the retinotectal projection in the chicken .

Author: J. D. Pettigrew

Publisher: CUP Archive

ISBN: 0521258294

Category: Psychology

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Visual neuroscience is the study of the way in which the -brain accomplishes sight, and this book presents overviews of a range of topics in this area. The chapters are grouped into six sections - retina, retino-geniculate connections, visual development, comparative visual physiology, visual cortex and integrative aspects - and the authors describe both their own contributions to the field, and the influence of their teacher, P.O. Bishop, on their scientific development.
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The Prefrontal Cortex Its Structure Function and Pathology

The Prefrontal Cortex  Its Structure  Function and Pathology

Raedler, A. and Sievers, J. (1975) The development of the visual system of the albino rat. Adv. Anat. Embryol. Cell Biol., 50 (Fasc.3): 5–88. Rice, F.L. and Van der Loos, H. (1977) Development of the barrels and barrelfield in the ...

Author: J.P.C. de Bruin

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780080862101

Category: Medical

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Thanks to a resurgence of interest and a recent proliferation of research techniques, much new and illuminating data has emerged during the last decade relating to the prefrontal cortex, particularly in primates and rodents. In view of this progress, the 16th International Summer School of Brain Research was held in Amsterdam, The Netherlands from 28 August to 1 September 1989, devoted to the topic of `The Prefrontal Cortex: Its Structure, Function and Pathology'. The edited proceedings, embodied in this 85th volume of `Progress in Brain Research', fall into three sections - the first of which, following two introductory chapters, discusses the present knowledge of the organization of prefrontal cortical systems. In the second section, developmental and plasticity aspects in rodent and human cortex are considered, whilst the third section deals extensively with the functional aspects characteristic for the prefrontal cortex in primates, rats and rabbits. The last section reviews several topics on dysfunction of prefrontal cortex in rat and man, including a historical review on psychosurgery.
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Cumulated Index Medicus

Cumulated Index Medicus

Rev Biol Trop 1993 Dec ; 41 ( 3A ) : 393-403 termination in the developing geniculocortical pathway are layers of the ... of Metabolic activity in rat visual system during exposure to medial geniculate body and extrathalamic nuclei .

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ISBN: OSU:32436010300372

Category: Medicine

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Continuities and Discontinuities in Development

Continuities and Discontinuities in Development

Rakic, P. Prenatal development of the visual system in rhesus monkey. ... Rogowski, B. A., & Feng, A. S. Normal postnatal development of medial superior olivary neurons in the albino rat: A Golgi and Nissl study.

Author: Robert N. Emde

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781461327257

Category: Science

Page: 418

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"Continuities and Discontinuities in Development" was the theme for the Second Biennial DPRG Retreat, a three-day meeting held at Estes Park, Colorado, in June 1982. The meeting was sponsored by the Devel opmental Psychobiology Research Group (DPRG) of the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Colorado School of Medicine. The DPRG is a group of individuals conducting research in many areas of develop ment who meet on a regular basis to present and discuss their work and receive feedback and encouragement. In 1974, this group was awarded an endowment fund by the Grant Foundation, the aims of which were to facilitate the research of young investigators, to encourage new re search, and to provide seed money for collaborative ventures. Much of the work reported in this volume and in the earlier volume from the First DPRG Retreat is the result of that support. In addition to the work of the members of the DPRG, a select group of guests was invited to participate in the meeting and contribute to this volume. The chapters by William Greenough, Jerome Kagan, and Michael Rutter result from the participation of these scholars at the retreat. We would like to acknowledge the support of a number of indi viduals who have been instrumental in supporting the DPRG as a whole, as well as those who contributed directly to the Second Biennial Retreat and to the volume.
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Vision Structure And Function

Vision  Structure And Function

Krmpotic-Nemanic, J., Kostovic, Z., Nemanic, D. and Mrzljak, L., Development of the human fetal auditory cortex: growth of ... Raedler, A. and Sievers, J., The development of the visual system of the albino rat, in Advances in Anatomy ...

Author: Kwok-fai So

Publisher: World Scientific

ISBN: 9789814507783

Category: Science

Page: 624

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This volume consists of invited papers from scientists of Chinese origin in the visual field from around the world. The papers cover all basic and applied aspects of the vertebrate and invertebrate visual systems, from photoreceptors to cortical neurons, presenting both review and new findings on the subjects. It is hoped that this book will serve as a guide to international research linkage between groups.
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Visual Cortex

Visual Cortex

[15] Thong IG, Dreher B (1987) The Development of the Corticotectal Pathway in the Albino Rat: Transient Projections from the Visual and Motor Cortices. Neurosci. lett. 80: 275282. [16] Land PW, Lund RD (1979) Development of the Rat ...

Author: Stephane Molotchnikoff

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9789535107606

Category: Medical

Page: 427

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The neurosciences have experienced tremendous and wonderful progress in many areas, and the spectrum encompassing the neurosciences is expansive. Suffice it to mention a few classical fields: electrophysiology, genetics, physics, computer sciences, and more recently, social and marketing neurosciences. Of course, this large growth resulted in the production of many books. Perhaps the visual system and the visual cortex were in the vanguard because most animals do not produce their own light and offer thus the invaluable advantage of allowing investigators to conduct experiments in full control of the stimulus. In addition, the fascinating evolution of scientific techniques, the immense productivity of recent research, and the ensuing literature make it virtually impossible to publish in a single volume all worthwhile work accomplished throughout the scientific world. The days when a single individual, as Diderot, could undertake the production of an encyclopedia are gone forever. Indeed most approaches to studying the nervous system are valid and neuroscientists produce an almost astronomical number of interesting data accompanied by extremely worthy hypotheses which in turn generate new ventures in search of brain functions. Yet, it is fully justified to make an encore and to publish a book dedicated to visual cortex and beyond. Many reasons validate a book assembling chapters written by active researchers. Each has the opportunity to bind together data and explore original ideas whose fate will not fall into the hands of uncompromising reviewers of traditional journals. This book focuses on the cerebral cortex with a large emphasis on vision. Yet it offers the reader diverse approaches employed to investigate the brain, for instance, computer simulation, cellular responses, or rivalry between various targets and goal directed actions. This volume thus covers a large spectrum of research even though it is impossible to include all topics in the extremely diverse field of neurosciences.
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Ontogenesis of the Visual System

Ontogenesis of the Visual System

In: Paoletti, R., Davison, A. N.(eds.): Chemistry and Brain Development. New York: Plenum Press 1971, pp. 291–308 Raedler, A., Sievers,J.: The development of thevisual system ofthe albino rat ...

Author: Karl Zilles

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783642669293

Category: Science

Page: 138

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An ontogenetic study of the central nervous system is an important tool for the under standing of its morphological and morpho-functional relations. Numerous qualitative results on the ontogenesis of the visual system can be found in the literature, but there are only very few quantitative results fulfilling the following parameters: (1) samples of sufficient size; (2) measurements considering results of stereology; (3) evaluation and interpretation performed with sound biomathematical methods; (4) quantitative of the shrinkage caused by the histological technic. The first three results independent demands can be fulfilled by using available computerized stereological and biomathe matical methods (Kretschmann and Wingert, 1968, 1969a, b, c, 1971; Wingert, 1969; Zilies and Wingert, 1972; Zilies et al., 1976a, c, d). The interdisciplinary cooperation between morphologists and mathematicians makes possible the analysis of the volume growth, the number of nerve-and glial cells in a whole brain region (Schleicher et al., 1975a, b; Zilies and Wingert, 1973a, b; Zilies et al., 1974, 1975a, b), the semi-automatic analysis of the nucleolar diameters in nerve cells (Zilies et al., 1976b) and computer aided compartment analysis with the point counting method (Zilies et al., in press b). Tupaia belangeri, an interesting animal for neurobiologists, was the experimental animal of choice because it combines the advan tages of a small brain (conducive to rapid processing) with many characteristics of the of the primate brain.
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National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

National Library of Medicine Current Catalog

The development of the visual system of the albino rat ( by ) A. Raedler and J. Sievers . Berlin , New York , Springer - Verlag , 1975. 88 p . illus . ( Advances in anatomy , embryology and cell biology , v . 50 , fasc .

Author: National Library of Medicine (U.S.)

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ISBN: OSU:32435027430727

Category: Medicine

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