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Anatomical pathways for color vision in the human retina

Visual Neuroscience

Jul 1, 1991

H Kolb

Abstract

The major neurons and neural circuits that are involved in the transmission of color signals through the human retina to produce the color and spatially opponent P cell or midget ganglion cell responses are described. The older findings of single cone to midget bipolar connectivity is r...read more

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Optic Tract Structure
Color Perception
Memory Disorders
Neural Pathways
Axon
Retina
Retinal Ganglion Cells
Ciliary Photoreceptor Cells
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Anatomical pathways for color vision in the human retina

Visual Neuroscience

Jul 1, 1991

H Kolb

PMID: 1931801

DOI: 10.1017/s0952523800010944

Abstract

The major neurons and neural circuits that are involved in the transmission of color signals through the human retina to produce the color and spatially opponent P cell or midget ganglion cell responses are described. The older findings of single cone to midget bipolar connectivity is r...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Optic Tract Structure
Color Perception
Memory Disorders
Neural Pathways
Axon
Retina
Retinal Ganglion Cells
Ciliary Photoreceptor Cells

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