Show Reference: "Composition of Geniculostriate Input to Superior Colliculus of the Rhesus Monkey"

Composition of Geniculostriate Input to Superior Colliculus of the Rhesus Monkey Journal of Neurophysiology, Vol. 42, No. 4. (01 July 1979), pp. 1124-1133 by Peter H. Schiller, Joe G. Malpeli, Stan J. Schein
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    title = {Composition of Geniculostriate Input to Superior Colliculus of the Rhesus Monkey},
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Superficial SC neurons seem to have little to no access to color information.

The retina projects to the superficial SC directly.