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In the rabbit, ciliary ganglion neurons with dendrites maintain inputs from several different axons during the period of synaptic rearrangement that occurs in early postnatal life. Neurons without dendrites, on the other hand, lose the majority of their initial inputs and are innervated in maturity by the terminals of only one or two axons (Purves, D., and R. I. Hume (1981) J. Neurosci. 1: 441-452; Hume, R. I., and D. Purves (1981) Nature 293: 469-471). We have explored the basis of thisdoi:10.1523/jneurosci.04-01-00001.1984 pmid:6198488 fatcat:eiac4gnr6bfm7k34cq3xxf7n3y