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A 'NEURAL' NET THAT CAN BE SEEN WITH THE NAKED EYE
Neuronal Coding Of Perceptual Systems
The neurally controlled colour patterns of cephalopod molluscs, and the spatial distribution of the spots in the skin that supply the display elements for these patterns, have been followed during different stages of the life history. The resulting description links physiological with morphogenetic processes of pattern generation and provides a novel contribution to understanding some network properties of this and other systems. Upon denervation of one side of the animal, each of the severaldoi:10.1142/9789812811899_0034 fatcat:gvpfjdn47zgf7nmw7k4pd7dcue