5 edition of Visual cells in evolution found in the catalog.
|Statement||editor, Jane A. Westfall.|
|Contributions||Westfall, Jane A., American Society of Zoologists.|
|LC Classifications||QH515 .V57|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 161 p. :|
|Number of Pages||161|
|LC Control Number||81019903|
The human visual system can detect and discriminate between an incredibly diverse assortment of stimuli that may be chromatic or achromatic, in motion or not, patterned or unpatterned, two-dimensional or three. Remarkably, the neural end-product of visual stimuli impacting upon the retina is, in one sense, always the same. After the complexities of phototransduction, lateral interactions. The Evolution of the Immune System: Conservation and Diversification is the first book of its kind that prompts a new perspective when describing and considering the evolution of the immune system. Its unique approach summarizes, updates, and provides new insights on the different immune receptors, soluble factors, and immune cell effectors.
The evolution of the vertebrate eye remains so far unresolved. Amphioxus frontal eye pigment cells and photoreceptors were proposed to be homologous to vertebrate photoreceptors and retinal pigmented epithelium, based on ultrastructural morphology and gene expression analysis in B. floridae. Here, we present comparative molecular data using two additional amphioxus species, a closely related B. Eventually, cell phone manufacturers began to realize that they could integrate other technologies into their phone and expand its features. The earliest smartphones let users access email, and use the phone as a fax machine, pager, and address book. In recent years, the purpose of the cell phone has shifted from a verbal communication tool to a.
A salient feature of all photoreceptor cells is the presence of a specialized compartment (disc outer segments in vertebrates, and microvillar rhabdomeres in insects), whose primary role is to. EVOLUTION ORIGIN AND BEYOND Afterhisfive-yearroundtheworldvoyage,Darwinarrived books on coral reefs, volcanic islands, and geological observationsonSouthAmerica. imaginative fictions, since there are no visual records beyond year-old artworks made by early.
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Visual cells in evolution. New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jane A Westfall; American Society of Zoologists.
All mammals with good vision have retinal ganglion cells that are specialized to encode different aspects of the visual scene. In well-studied mammals, such as cats and some primates, it has been shown that specific classes of retinal ganglion cells send information in parallel to separate classes of cells in the lateral geniculate nucleus (LGN) of the thalamus.
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To that end, this text remains focused on experimental support for what we know about cell and molecular biology, and on showing students the relationship of cell structure and function.
Rather than trying to be a comprehensive reference book, this text selectively details investigative questions, methods and experiments that lead to our. These cells have physiological properties similar to those seen in nonmammalian vertebrates. In mammals and possibly birds, visual evolution may progress with the addition of specific retino-geniculate ganglion cell types and connections to the existing retino-collicular groups.
The distribution of RGCs differs widely across organisms. This book is the first in a projected series on Evolutionary Cell Biology. The intent of this book is to demonstrate the essential role of cellular mechanisms in transforming the genotype into the phenotype by transforming gene activity into evolutionary change in morphology.
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Attribution information If you are redistributing all or part of this book in a print format, then you must include on every physical page the following attribution. It is believed that during the course of vertebrate visual opsin evolution, E acquired the capacity to act as a molecular switch.
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In Darwin's day the problem could hardly be imagined. For much of the 20th century it was intractable. In any case, the problem lay buried in the catch-all rubric "origin of life"where, because it is a biological not a.
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