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10/16 Neurobiology Retina flipped Visual field on both retinae B projects to nasal retina on ipselateral side C Thalamus always projects to the ipselateral Volor FOVEA IF LOSE VISUAL CORETEX< effectively lind Central part of retina really thick very good, periphery really thin. More nuerson in central part. Stimulate money 2doxyglucose. Injected animal with radioactive 2-DG. Cortex has 6 layers pia mater, then later1-6 layers in cortex, and a verticalarangement in cortex Don’t have remember other aspects of hypercolums. WHAT IS A HYPER COLUM- vidual encoding CHECK OUT HYPERCOLUM WeBSITE 2 Main streams- @ MAIN GANGLION CELLS
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P- little, - cones M- canglion- Rods, motion pathway- in thqlqmus Fusifom face area- MT- motion 10/19 * the binding problem- take all imput put together at same time * consciousness of self are brains computable? MEDICAL- aging, denerative, schizophrenia (NO CLUE), autism, electrical (epilepsy), apraxias, etc. MS (multiple sclerosis- double vision, women, toes hurt), papilla dema (push out of retina) by increase pressure. Infection behind eye, tumor
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