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by Katherine Tansley
When Dr. Katherine Tansley's "Vision in Vertebrates" appeared in 1965, it filled a real void that had hitherto existed.
For vision, insect and vertebrate eyes use rhabdomeric and ciliary photoreceptor cells, respectively. These cells show distinct architecture and transduce the light signal by different phototransductory cascades. In the marine rag-worm Platynereis, we find both cell types: rhabdomeric photoreceptor cells in the eyes and ciliary photoreceptor cells in the brain. The latter use a photopigment closely related to vertebrate rod and cone opsins
Vertebrates - Science topic.
Vertebrates - Science topic. Animals having a vertebral column, members of the phylum Chordata, subphylum Craniata comprising mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and fishes. During fast movements in vertebrates, slow motor units are thought to be deactivated due to the mechanical demands of muscle contraction, but the associated neuronal mechanisms for this are unknown. Here, we perform functional analyses of spinal V1 neurons by selectively killing them in larval zebrafish, revealing two functions of V1 neurons.
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Format: PaperbackVerified Purchase. The middle section of the book, which discusses science as it relates to SF, is by far the weakest part. First, and comprising about half of the book, is a history of science fiction, up to the publication date of 1977. This focuses primarily on literature, but also spends some time on SF movies, TV, and comics. Not only is the material largely out of date (unsurprising in a 1977 book), but it's rife with errors that were errors even by the knowledge of 1977. Only rarely does this section have anything to say that's interesting or enlightening.
Описание: When Dr. Katherine Tansley& "Vision in Vertebrates" appeared in 1965, it filled a real void that had hitherto existed. Rochon-Duvigneaud& "Les Yeux et la Vision des Vertebres" have served as important sources of information on the subject and continue to do so even though it is 40 years since they appeared. Автор: Andrii Rozhok Название: Orientation and Navigation in Vertebrates ISBN: 3540787186 ISBN-13(EAN): 9783540787181 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг
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