The Shipley Collection of Scientific Papers Volume 107

The Shipley Collection of Scientific Papers Volume 107

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1903 edition. Excerpt: ... as fig. 2. The fibre to the arbor vitse is not so directly continuous with the granule as in figs. 1 and 2. It looks as if some sort of basket or " claw " connection were being formed. Fig. 5.--Same preparation as fig. 2. Shows the same method of connection of a fibre from the arbor vitse with a granule. Plate 2. Fig. 6.--Same preparation as fig. 2. A granule which shows a curiously thick process passing between the cells of Purkinje into the molecular layer, and a centripetal axon which appears to join a fibre which branches in the molecular layer. Fig. 7.--Same preparation as fig. 2. The axon of the granule divides into one branch which passes backwards to the arbor vita! and another branch which again gives oft a branch before it enters the molecular layer. Fig. 8.--Rat, 12 days old. Cerebellum hardened in bichromate of potassium and osmic acid for twelve months. The granule, which lies near to and parallel with the fibres of the arbor vita;, gives off an axon which divaricates before it has passed the layer of cells of Purkinje, one of the two branches entering the molecular layer and the other returning towards the arbor vita. Fig. 9.--Kitton, 10 days old. Hardened six months. A granule, the axon of which has a very complicated and tortuous course before it gives a branch which bifurcates on its way to the molecular layer. Fig. 10.--Kitten, 4 days old. Two carrot-granules at opposite sides of the folium are provided with axons which unite into a siDgle fibre which can be followed for a considerable distance in the arbor vitse. The nuclei of Obersteiner's layer are shown at one place beneath the pia mater. Plate 3. Fio. 11.--Kitten, 7 days old. Hardened for two months. Two granules with united axons. Fig. 12.--A single...show more

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  • English
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  • 1236918916
  • 9781236918918