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Anita E. Hendrickson; Unraveling the primate fovea during development. Journal of Vision 2011;11(15):2. doi: https://doi.org/10.1167/11.15.2.
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Shortly after joining the brand new University of Washington Department of Ophthalmology in 1966, I discovered the classic book on human retinal development by Ida Mann. When a friend in the UW Primate Center asked me if I wanted the eyes from 16 timed fetal and infant M. nemestrina, I had my first opportunity to discover for myself the very strange development of the fovea. This talk will review the evidence that I and my collaborators have amassed on foveal development, and will present an integrated model of primate foveal development based on these data.
Classic paper: Yuodelis, C., & Hendrickson, A. E. (1986). A qualitative and quantitative analysis of the human fovea during development. Vision Research, 26, 847–855.
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