Afferent and Intrinsic Organization of Laminated Structures in the Brain: 7th International Neurobiology Meeting

Afferent and Intrinsic Organization of Laminated Structures in the Brain: 7th International Neurobiology Meeting

by O. Creutzfeldt (Editor)

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ISBN-13: 9783540079231
Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date: 03/04/1977
Series: Experimental Brain Research Series , #1
Pages: 580
Product dimensions: 6.69(w) x 9.61(h) x 0.05(d)

Table of Contents

Cerebellum.- Cerebellar Cortex (Chairman’s Opening Remarks and Summing Up).- Organization of Cerebellar Cortex.- Serotonin Afferents from Raphe Nuclei to the Cerebellum in Mammals.- Development of the Purkinje Cell Dendritic System: The Role of Basket, Stellate and Granule Cell Axons.- Circuitry in the Agranular Cerebellum of Adult Rodents; Relationships with Processes Occurring Normally in the Developing Cerebellum with Special Reference to Climbing Fibers.- Spatial Distribution of Climbing and Mossy Fibre Inputs into the Cerebellar Cortex.- Information Carried to the Cerebellar Cortex by the Ventral Spino-Olivocerebellar Paths (VF-SOCPs).- Axon-Collateral Activation by Dorsal Spinocerebellar Tract Fibres of Group I Hind Limb Relay Cells in Nucleus Z of the Cat Medulla Oblongata.- Observations on the Climbing Fibre Input to Purkinje Cells in Unanaesthetised Cats.- Vagal Representation in the Cerebellum and Responses of Purkinje Cells (PC) to Both Cutaneous and Visceral In-puts.- Cerebellar Input through the Lateral Reticular Nucleus.- The Longitudinal Zonal Arrangement of the Olivocerebellar, Climbing Fiber Projection in the Cat. An Autoradio-graphic and Degeneration Study.- Longitudinal Organization of Afferent and Efferent Connections of the Cerebellar Cortex of the White Leghorn (Gallus Demesticus).- Sensory Convergence in the Vestibulocerebellum.- Interactions Between the Dentate Nucleus and the Spinal Cord Via Infratentorial Nuclei.- Aspects of the Structural Organization of the Cerebellum of Mormyrid Fishes.- Integration of Cerebral and Peripheral Inputs by the Cerebellar Cortex.- A General Review of the Physiological Function of the Neuronal Machine in the Cerebellar Cortex.- Theoretical Considerations on the Operation of the Cerebellar Cortex.- Spatial Organization of the Cerebello-Thalamo-Cortical Pathway.- Synaptic Reorganization of the Rat Cerebellum by Postnatal X-Irradiation.- Plastic Changes in the Cellular Cortex.- Formation and Maintenance of Purkinje Spines in the Cerebellum of Mutants and Experimental Animals.- Allocortex.- Anatomy.- The Olfactory Tubercle: A Structure of Varying Stratification.- Development and Plasticity of Complementary Afferent Fiber Systems to the Olfactory Cortex.- The Laminar Organization in the Hippocampal Region, a Survey.- The Reptilian Cortex and Some of its Connections in the Tegu Lizard.- Laminar Distribution and Topical Organization of Intrinsic Connections in the Hippocampal Region.- Laminar Distribution of Afferents in the Allocortex, Visualized with Timm’s Sulphide Silver Method for “Heavy” Metals.- Localization of Putative Neurotransmitters in the Hippocampal Formation.- Some Afferent and Intrinsic Connections in the Guinea Pig Hippocampal Region and a New Pathway from Subiculum Feeding back to Parahippocampal Cortex.- Postlesional Remodelling of Fiber Connections in the Hippocampus and Fascia Dentata: I. Observations on Immature Rats.- Anatomical Adjustments in the Deafferented Dentate Gyrus.- Physiology.- Some Properties of Synapses near to and far from the Soma of Hippocampal Pyramids.- The Use of Laminated Cortical Structures for Neurophysiological Studies in Vitro.- Dendritic Spikes in Hippocampal Cells.- The Initiation of Action Potentials in Hippocampal Granule Cells.- Synaptic Interaction Underlying Piriform Evoked Responses Studied in Vitro.- Functional Synaptic Organization of Inhibitory Pathways in the Dentate Gyrus of the Rabit.- Electrophysiological and Anatomical Observations on the Hippocampus of the Reeler Mouse.- Neocortex.- Development.- On the Earliest Stages of Glial Differentiation in the Neocortex of Rat.- Differences in the Time of Origin and in Eventual Distribution of Neurons in Areas 17 and 18 of Visual Cortex in Rhesus Monkey.- Development of Neocortex in Tissue Culture.- The Development of Laminar Connections in the Mammalian Visual Cortex.- Quantitative Analysis of Topography and Development of Synapses in the Visual Cortex.- Morphological Evidence for Plasticity in the Visual Thalamo-Cortical System of the cat.- Reeler Mutant Mice and Laminar Distribution of Afferents in the Neocortex.- Reeler Mutant Mice: Physiology in Primary Visual Cortex.- Identification of Pyramidal Tract Cells and Determination of Spontaneous Unitary Activity in Immature Rat Somatomotor Neocortex.- Cortical Circuitry.- Basic Circuitry of the Neocortex.- Laminar Organisation of the Primary Visual Cortex, Area 17, of the Macaque Monkey.- Golgi Analysis of the Internal Layers /V-VI/ of the Cat Visual Cortex.- Projection of Lateral Geniculate Nucleus to Area 17 of the Rat Cerebral Cortex.- On the Origin of Corticofugal Projections in the Visual System.- The Laminar Distribution of Cortical Neurons Projecting onto the Visual Area MT: A Study with Horseradish Peroxidase in the Marmoset Callithrix.- Commissural, Cortico-Cortical and Thalamic “Columns” in the Somatic Sensory Cortex of Primates.- Columnar Distribution of U-fibres from the Postcruciate Cerebral Projection Area of the Cat’s Group I Muscle Afferents.- Corticocortical Afferents to the Cortex of the Middle Suprasylvian Sulcus Area in the Cat.- Distribution of Neurotransmitter Candidates in the Rat Neo-Cortex - a Brief Review.- Some Biochemical Changes in the Isolated Cortex of the Rat.- Perisynaptic Reactions of Astroglia in the Visual Cortex after Optic Nerve Stimulation.- Cortical Organization of Ictal Phenomena. Mathematical and Histological Approaches.- Functional Organization.- Chairman’s Introduction.- Columnar Organization of Area 17 in Normal and Monocularly Deprived Macaque Monkeys.- On Continuous Orientation Representation in Cat’s Area 17.- Representation of Orientation in Vertical Cortical Penetrations in Area 17 of the Cat.- Neuronal Connections and Receptive Field Organization of Area 19 Cells of the Cat.- The Functional Organization of Cat Striate and Parastriate Cortex: A Correlation Between Receptive Field Structure and Synaptic Connectivity.- Observations on the Functional Identification and Synaptic Organization of Pericruciate Inhibitory Neurons in the Cat.- Neural Connections in the Visual Cortex as Revealed by Intracortical Chemical Stimulation.- The Use of Iontophoretically Applied Bicuculline to Investigate Inhibitory Mechanisms in the Visual Cortex.- Spontaneous and Evoked Activity in Slices Maintained in Vitro from the Lateral Geniculate Body and the Cerebral Cortex of the Guinea Pig.- Functional Differences Between Cat Visual Cortical Cells Revealed by Use of Textured Stimuli.- Investigations with Double Lines on Simple Cells of the Visual Cortex of Cat.- Many Cells in Visual Cortex Use Wavelength to Detect Borders and Convey Information About Color.- Functional Organization of Area 18 in the Rhesus Monkey.- Comparison of Single Unit Data Obtained from the Different Topographic Subdivisions of the Postcentral Gyrus in the Macaque: Implications for the Organization of Somatic Afferent Projektion Systems.- Thalamo-Cortical Response Transformation in the Cortical Whisker Projection Area of the Cat.- Statistical Analysis of the Spike Trains Evoked from Somatosensory Cortical Neurons by Moving Tactile Stimuli.- Intracortical Mechanisms Influencing the Peripheral Reactivity of SII Convergence Neurones.- The Influence from Stretch Receptors on Cortical Cells of Area 3a and 4 in Monkey.- Reexamination of Functional Arrangements of Pyramidal Tract Neurons in the Motor Cortex of the Cat.- The Mode of Activation of Pyramidal Tract Cells by Intracortical Stimuli.- Structure of Cortico-Motoneuronal Projection Areas within Area 4 of Primates.- The Neural Architecture of Movements of the Rib Cage, a Multi-Segmented Laminated Motor System.- Function of Cells in the Parietal Associative Area 7.- Single Unit Analysis of Prefrontal Cortex in Primates.- A Mechanism for Producing Continuous Neural Mappings: Ocularity Dominance Stripes and Ordered Retino - Tectal Projections.- Spatial Filtering in the Visual Pathway.- Internal Models and Maps in Laminated Structures.- A Noiseless Model of Associative Memory Based on the Cortical Structure and on the Effect of the State of Consciousness.- Subcortical Laminated Structures.- Medial and Lateral Geniculate Body.- The Intrinsic Convectivity of the LGH of the Cat.- Quantitative Aspects of Postsynaptic Potentials in the Lateral Geniculate Nucleus of the Cat.- Single Unit Properties Related to the Laminar Structure of the MGN.- The Optic Tectum.- Axonal and Synaptic Lamination in the Optic Tectum.- Functional Organization of the Teleostean Optic Tectum.- Ultrastructural Stratification of the Primate Superior Colliculus.- Biochemical Neuroanatomy of the Pigeon Optic Tectum.- Basic Developmental Processes in the Retino-Tectal System of the Chicken.- Some Aspects of Interneuronal Connections in the Optic Tectum of the Frog.- Visual Responses and Direction Selectivity in Cells of Superficial and Deep Laminae in the Cat’s Superior Colliculus.- Functional Aspects of the Laminated Structures in the Amphibian Optic Tectum.- Topographic Organization of Mouse Superior Colliculus.- Visual Motor Integration in Monkey Superior Colliculus.- The Convergence of Inputs from the Retina and the Frontal Eye Fields upon the Superior Colliculus in the Cat.- Electric Lobe.- Laminar Organization of the Torus Semicircularis Related to the Input from Two Types of Electroreceptors.- Responses to the Electric Organ Discharge and Command Signal in the Momyrid Lateral Line Lobe.- Two Types of Laminar Neural Structure; Examples from Weakly Electric Fish.

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