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Author Sciences, Proceedings of the National Academy of
Title Vision : From Photon to Perception (NAS Colloquium)
Imprint Washington : National Academies Press, 2000
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Note COLLOQUIUM ON VISION: FROM PHOTON TO PERCEPTION -- Contents -- Vision: From photon to perception -- How photons start vision -- ELECTRICAL AND CHEMICAL SIGNALING IN RODS AND CONES -- SINGLE PHOTON EFFECT -- DARK NOISE IN RODS AND CONES -- RHODOPSIN QUENCHING IN TRANSGENIC MOUSE RODS -- FEEDBACK CONTROL BY CA -- REPRODUCIBILITY OF THE SINGLE PHOTON RESPONSE -- TRANSFER OF SIGNALS AT THE FIRST SYNAPSE -- Gain and kinetics of activation in the G-protein cascade of phototransduction -- THE G-PROTEIN CASCADE: ACTIVATION -- SIMULATION OF THE DIFFUSIONAL INTERACTIONS UNDERLYING ACTIVATION -- PREDICTED GAIN AND KINETICS -- COMPARISON WITH EXPERIMENT -- The biology of vision in Drosophila -- GENETIC AND MOLECULAR DISSECTION OF PHOTOTRANSDUCTION -- INOSITOL PHOSPHOLIPIDS AND PHOTOTRANSDUCTION -- CALCIUM IN DROSOPHILA PHOTORECEPTORS -- LIGHT-ACTIVATED ION CHANNELS -- FUTURE CHALLENGES -- Primate photopigments and primate color vision -- CONE PHOTOPIGMENT POLYMORPHISM -- CONE OPSIN POLYMORPHISM -- S-CONE GENES AND PHOTOPIGMENTS -- SUMMARY AND PROSPECTS -- Circuitry for color coding in the primate retina -- FROM CELL TYPES TO MICROCIRCUITS -- CLASSICAL LABELED LINE MODEL FOR COLOR OPPONENT CIRCUITRY -- IDENTIFYING THE COLOR OPPONENT GANGLION CELL TYPES -- CONE-TYPE SELECTIVE SURROUNDS AND HORIZONTAL CELLS -- SUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS -- Cell fate determination in the vertebrate retina -- THE RETINA AS A MODEL OF CNS DEVELOPMENT -- ROD DEVELOPMENT -- GANGLION CELL DEVELOPMENT -- AMACRINE AND HORIZONTAL CELL DEVELOPMENT -- MODEL OF RETINAL CELL FATE DETERMINATION -- Molecular biology of retinal ganglion cells -- PHYSIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF RETINAL GANGLION CELLS -- MORPHOLOGIC AND ANATOMIC PROPERTIES OF RETINAL GANGLION CELLS -- MOLECULAR BIOLOGICAL QUESTIONS -- TRANSCRIPTION FACTORS IN RETINAL GANGLION CELLS -- Emergence of order in visual system development
LGN LAYERS ARE NOT PRESENT INITIALLY IN DEVELOPMENT -- ACTION-POTENTIAL ACTIVITY IS REQUIRED FOR THE FORMATION OF THE EYE-SPECIFIC LAYERS -- THE SPONTANEOUS FIRING OF NEIGHBORING RETINAL GANGLION CELLS IS CORRELATED -- RETINOGENICULATE SYNAPSES CAN UNDERGO ACTIVITY-DEPENDENT STRENGTHENING -- CONCLUDING REMARKS -- Multineuronal codes in retinal signaling -- CONCERTED SIGNALS FROM RETINAL GANGLION CELLS -- MULTIPLEXED CODING WITH SYNCHRONOUS SPIKES: AN EXAMPLE -- DISCUSSION -- Spatial integration and cortical dynamics -- LONG-RANGE CORTICAL CONNECTIONS -- CONTEXTUAL INFLUENCES IN PSYCHOPHYSICS AND PHYSIOLOGY -- LONG-TERM CORTICAL PLASTICITY -- RAPID CORTICAL DYNAMICS -- SUMMARY -- Computational models of cortical visual processing -- MODELS OF V1 AND MT NEURONS -- ROLE OF MODELS IN VISUAL NEUROSCIENCE -- Motion perception: Seeing and deciding -- PERCEPTUAL DECISIONS -- EXPERIMENTAL STRATEGY AND METHODS -- DECISION-RELATED NEURAL ACTIVITY IN LIP -- DISCUSSION -- A LOOK AT THE FUTURE -- Binocular visual surface perception -- ROLE OF STEREOPSIS IN 2D VISION -- HALF-VISIBLE POINTS AND THE PERCEPTION OF TRANSPARENT SURFACES -- DISCUSSION
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Link Print version: Sciences, Proceedings of the National Academy of Vision : From Photon to Perception (NAS Colloquium) Washington : National Academies Press,c2000 9780309068345
Subject Ophthalmology.;Vision -- Physiology
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Alt Author Stryer, Lubert
Wiesel, Torsten N
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