"AngleWyrm" <no_spam_anglewyrm at hotmail.com> wrote in message
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| In the visual system, neurons are
| connected through several stages
| in a directed manner from eye to
| back of brain.
|| Is this true of most all brain cells?
| Do they have a directed nature? And
| if so, where can I get a map of the
| FROM->TO sections of the brain?
Such "maps" are given in any good
Neuroanatomy text. The wholes of
such texts are, literally, such "maps".
My favorite is =Human Neuroanatomy=,
by Carpenter and Sutin [before that by
Truex and Carpenter]. I checked for it
on amazon.com a while back, though,
and could only find some used copies.
[Anyone else know the Publication-state
of this text?]
To come up to speed in working with
the "maps" given in such texts requires
Cheers, ken [k. p. collins]