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An atlas of the primary visual projections in the brain of the chick Gallus gallus

An atlas of the primary visual projections in the brain of the chick Gallus gallus

Journal of Comparative Neurology 223(4): 592-610

ISSN/ISBN: 0021-9967

PMID: 6325511

DOI: 10.1002/cne.902230410

The localisation of the primary visual centres in the chick mesencephalon and diencephalon was determined by autoradiographic anterograde transport and degeneration techniques. Strong visual projections were found in the tectum, lateral anterior thalamic nucleus, lateroventral geniculate nucleus, superficial synencephalic nucleus, external nucleus, ectomammillary nucleus, tectal grey, dorsolateral anterior thalamus, rostrolateral part, and the pretectal optic area. Weaker retinal projections were found in the ventrolateral thalamus, two subregions of the dorsolateral anterior thalamus, lateral part, diffuse pretectal nucleus, dorsolateral anterior thalamus, magnocellular part, and the hypothalamus. An atlas of the retinal projections was constructed from sections.

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