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The chick embryo is one of the most traditional models in developing neuroscience and its visual system has been one of the most exhaustively studied. The retina has been used as a model for studying the development of the nervous system. Here, we describe the morphological features that characterize each stage of the retina development and studies of the neurogenesis period of some specific neurochemical subpopulations of retinal cells by using a combination of immunohistochemistry anddoi:10.1590/s0001-37652010000300007 pmid:21562688 fatcat:hrkt5b46frhwtlvjbpkjpdf3h4