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Fig. 3. Cells and neuritic terminal arborisations in the 1st and 2d layers ; visual cortex of infant 20 days old

A and B, neuritic plexus, extremely fine and dense, situated in the layer of small pyramids ;

C, an analogous arborization, but not so dense ;

D, a small cell whose ascending axon forms a similar arborization ;

E, spider-shaped stellate cell of the 1st layer ;

F, G, cells with short axon branching loosely in the plexiform layer ;

a, axon.

1899 Human Sensory Cortex: 1. The Visual Cortex | 2. Layer of the Large Stellate Cells | 3. The Sensori-Motor Cortex | Figures | Cajal
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