Orientation and spatiotemporal tuning of cells in the primary visual cortex of an Australian marsupial, the wallaby Macropus eugenii
The metatherians (marsupials) have been separated from eutherians (placentals) for approximately 135 million years. It might, therefore, be expected that significant independent evolution of the visual system has occurred. The present paper describes for
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