>>>>> On 12 Jun 95, lars.thomsen at dkb.dk (LARS THOMSEN) wrote:
LT> I was wondering if any one remembered good examples of sensory
LT> neurones with the cell bodies close to the location of the stimulus.
One example is in the rods and cones in mammalian retinas -- the cell bodies
are very near the receptive region of the neurons, and in fact the stimulus
passes *through* the bodies, because of the way the cells face away from the
direction of the light entering the eye.
Mike Hucka E-MAIL: michael.hucka at umich.edu
University of Michigan AI Lab <URL: http://ai.eecs.umich.edu/people/hucka/>