integration of wavelenght blobs in the Human Visual System

Vasilios Vonikakis bbonik at ee.duth.gr
Thu Sep 23 01:54:08 EST 2004

It is known that neurons of the same orientation are connected in V1 through 
long connections aligned with the axis of the central receptive field. this 
is known as "assosiation field" for the orientation neurons and is the 
result of thecharacteristic of the brain that ".

Does anyone know any similar efect for the blobs of V1? The rule "same 
things are connected" apply also here, but how exactly same wavelenght blobs 
are wired?
Furthermore, how do they combine to form clusters and produce the sensation 
of color?

Does anyone know any appropriate literature?

Thank you in advance 

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