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

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Lingua: Inglese


Pubblicazione: 03/1977


These are the records of the 7th International Neurobiology Meeting, which was held at the Max Planck Institute of Biophysical Chemistry in September 1975. The Neurobiology meetings started about 20 years ago with the aim of bringing together scientists working on the nervous system with different methods such as anatomy, physiology, endocrinology and biochemistry, and to create a common approach to what is now called "neurosciences". When these meetings were in­ augurated by a few it was decided not to found a society, but to keep them informal and to leave it to the respective host to decide on the program and formate. At the end of each meeting, a small informal committee chose the next host and organizer. In such a way, meetings were held in various places (Amsterdam, Kiel, Stockholm, Oslo, Oxford) and on different subjects such as neuroendocrinology, the limbic and the visual systems, on excitatory and in­ hibitory synaptic mechanisms. The contributions to some of the meetings were published. Also, this time it was discussed whether - in view of the growth, the in­ creasingly structured organization and, at the same time, diversification of the neurosciences - another meeting of this sort should be held. It became during this discussion, that the tradition of these meetings should be con­ tinued, since they can be considered complementary to the formal, all embra­ cing congresses, as an informal gathering of neuroscientists interested in the borader aspects of one particular subject of this still growing discipline.


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 a

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Condizione: Nuovo
Collana: Experimental Brain Research Series
Dimensioni: 244 x 170 mm Ø 1100 gr
Formato: Brossura
Illustration Notes:XXIV, 580 p. 39 illus.
Pagine Arabe: 580
Pagine Romane: xxiv

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