Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi

Shaun Collin, R.V. Hoskins

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publication17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society
EditorsP. Pilowsky
Place of PublicationNSW
PublisherAustralian Neuroscience Meeting
Pages25
Volume8
EditionNewcastle, NSW
Publication statusPublished - 1997
EventMaximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi - Newcastle, NSW
Duration: 1 Jan 1997 → …

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ConferenceMaximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi
Period1/01/97 → …

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Collin, S., & Hoskins, R. V. (1997). Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi. In P. Pilowsky (Ed.), 17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society (Newcastle, NSW ed., Vol. 8, pp. 25). NSW: Australian Neuroscience Meeting.
Collin, Shaun ; Hoskins, R.V. / Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi. 17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. editor / P. Pilowsky. Vol. 8 Newcastle, NSW. ed. NSW : Australian Neuroscience Meeting, 1997. pp. 25
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Collin, S & Hoskins, RV 1997, Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi. in P Pilowsky (ed.), 17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Newcastle, NSW edn, vol. 8, Australian Neuroscience Meeting, NSW, pp. 25, Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi, 1/01/97.

Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi. / Collin, Shaun; Hoskins, R.V.

17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. ed. / P. Pilowsky. Vol. 8 Newcastle, NSW. ed. NSW : Australian Neuroscience Meeting, 1997. p. 25.

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Collin S, Hoskins RV. Maximising sensitivity and spatial resolution in deep-sea fish. Topographic mismatching of the displaced amacrine and ganglion cell populations in the lantern fish, Lampanuctus macdonaldi. In Pilowsky P, editor, 17th Annual Meeting of the Australian Neuroscience Society. Newcastle, NSW ed. Vol. 8. NSW: Australian Neuroscience Meeting. 1997. p. 25