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Get Full Access to University Physics - 13 Edition - Chapter 9 - Problem 101cp
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317 10/11/2016 Two types of Ganglion Cells Parasol Ganglion Cells Midget Ganglion Cells Larger Cells Smaller Cells Larger Receptive Fields Smaller Receptive Fields Found in Peripheral Retina Concentrated in Fovea Receive input from the Rods Receive input from the Cones More Convergence (Rods & Parasol) Less Convergence (Cones & Midget) Sometimes Divergence 20% make up the Optic Nerve 80% make up the Optic Nerve Divergence: Fewer number of cells synapsing to more cells Thalamus: Relay station of all sensory information except for olfaction Lateral Geniculate Nucleus (LGN): Nucleus in thalamus that processes visual information  Structures: o Retina: organized as a network  Pathway: all Ganglion Axon  Optic Nerve: From Retina to Optic Chiam  Optic Chiasm: Crossover point of visual information the exists between the retina and LGN o Take information from the left visual field and crossover to the right LGN o Take information from the right visu

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