A three-spined stickleback with stained neuromasts The major unit of functionality of the lateral line is the neuromast.
Input from X- ganglion cells Colour vision Moderate velocity. However, each LGN only receives information from one half of the visual field. This occurs due to axons of the ganglion cells from the inner halves of the retina the nasal sides decussating crossing to the other side of the brain through the optic chiasma khiasma means "cross-shaped".
The axons of the ganglion cells from the outer half of the retina the temporal sides remain on the same side of the brain.
Therefore, the right hemisphere receives visual information from the left visual field, and the left hemisphere receives visual information from the right visual field.
Within one LGN, the visual information is divided among the various layers as follows: This description applies to the LGN of many primates, but not all. The sequence of layers receiving information from the ipsilateral and contralateral opposite side of the head eyes is different in the tarsier.
You can confirm this by covering your left eye: In the LGN, the corresponding information from the right and left eyes is "stacked" so that a toothpick driven through the club sandwich of layers 1 through 6 would hit the same point in visual space six different times[ citation needed ].
Input[ edit ] The LGN receives input from the retina. In some species, such as rodents, the principle neurons in the LGN receive strong inputs from the retina. However, the retina only accounts for a small percentage of LGN input in these cases.
Regions in the brainstem that are not involved in visual perception also project to the LGN, such as the mesencephalic reticular formation, dorsal raphe nucleus, periaqueuctal grey matter, and the locus coeruleus.
The axons that leave the LGN go to V1 visual cortex. Both the magnocellular layers 1—2 and the parvocellular layers 3—6 send their axons to layer 4 in V1. However, the koniocellular layers, intercalated between LGN layers 1—6 send their axons primarily to the cytochrome-oxidase rich blobs of layers 2 and 3 in V1.
Studies involving blindsight have suggested that projections from the LGN travel not only to the primary visual cortex but also to higher cortical areas V2 and V3.
Patients with blindsight are phenomenally blind in certain areas of the visual field corresponding to a contralateral lesion in the primary visual cortex; however, these patients are able to perform certain motor tasks accurately in their blind field, such as grasping.
This suggests that neurons travel from the LGN to both the primary visual cortex and higher cortex regions. Its unique folding contributes to its utility by performing a range of anatomical calculations without requiring mathematical computations.
The resulting outputs include time correlated and spatially correlated signals resulting from summing the signals received from the left and right semifields of view captured by each of the two eyes.
These signals are correlated in order to achieve a three-dimensional representation of object space as well as obtain information for controlling the precision previously auxiliary optical system POS of the visual modality.
The outputs serve several functions. A signal is provided to control the vergence of the two eyes so they converge at the principle plane of interest in object space. A signal is provided to control the focus of the eyes based on the calculated distance to the principle plane of interest.
Computations are achieved to determine the position of every major element in object space relative to the principle plane. Through subsequent motion of the eyes, a larger stereoscopic mapping of the visual field is achieved.
The accumulated tags are attached to the features in the merged visual fields forwarded to area 17 of the cerebral cortex often described as the "primary" visual cortex or V1 A tag is also provided for each major element in the visual field describing the velocity of the major elements based on its change in coordinates with time.
The velocity tags particularly those associated with the peripheral field of view are also used to determine the direction the organism is moving relative to object space. These position and velocity tags are extracted prior to the information reaching area They constitute the major source of information reported in blindsight experiments where an individual reports motion in a portion of the visual field associated with one hemisphere of area 17 that has been damaged by laceration, stroke, etc.
The output signals from the LGN determine the spatial dimensions of the stereoscopic and monoscopic portions of the horopter of the visual system. However, there is almost certainly much more going on.
Like other areas of the thalamusparticularly other relay nuclei, the LGN likely helps the visual system focus its attention on the most important information. That is, if you hear a sound slightly to your left, the auditory system likely "tells" the visual systemthrough the LGN via its surrounding peri-reticular nucleus, to direct visual attention to that part of space.
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