Entry from British & World English dictionary
Definition of retinotopic in English:
Relating to or preserving the spatial relations of the sensory receptors of the retina: the retinotopic arrangement of fibres in cat optic nerve
More example sentences
- This number, as well as the spatial resolution of the retinotopic maps and of the somatotopic and cochleotopic maps, measured by comparable techniques are still poorly known across taxa.
- Information from these receptors is processed in the optic lobes of the brain which are divided into three subsequent retinotopic neuropils named, respectively, the lamina, medulla, and lobula.
- Example sentences
- Anisotropic axes in orientation perception are not retinotopically mapped.
- Many areas preserve the spatial structure of at least part of the retina, and hence are called retinotopically mapped.
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