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Title Colloquium on vision : from photon to perception / [edited by John Dowling, Lubert Stryer, and Torsten Wiesel].
Imprint Washington, D.C. : National Academy of Sciences, [2000]

Series National Academy of Sciences colloquium series
National Academy of Sciences colloquium series.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Subject Vision -- Congresses.
Alt Name Dowling, John E.
Stryer, Lubert.
Wiesel, Torsten N.
Add Title Title of colloquium: Vision : from photon to perception
Series National Academy of Sciences colloquium series
National Academy of Sciences colloquium series.
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America.
Subject Vision -- Congresses.
Alt Name Dowling, John E.
Stryer, Lubert.
Wiesel, Torsten N.
Add Title Title of colloquium: Vision : from photon to perception
Description 1 online resource (1 volume (various pagings)) : illustrations (some color)
Note Proceedings of a colloquium held May 20-22, 1995 at the National Academy of Science, Irvine, Calif.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
Note Print version record.
Contents 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 ACTIVATIONPREDICTED 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 retinaFROM 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 CELLSMORPHOLOGIC 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 signalingCONCERTED 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
ISBN 0309569796 (electronic bk.)
9780309569798 (electronic bk.)
0309068347 (print)
9780309068345 (print)
OCLC # 58835152
Additional Format Print version: Colloquium on vision. Washington, D.C. : National Academy of Sciences, [2000] 0309070791 (DLC) 2002514419 (OCoLC)58478364



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