Ganglion cell layer
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|Ganglion cell layer|
Section of retina. (Ganglionic layer labeled at right, third from the top.)
Plan of retinal neurons. (Ganglionic layer labeled at left, third from the top.)
|Latin||stratum ganglionicum retinae|
The ganglion cells vary much in size, and the dendrites of the smaller ones as a rule arborize in the inner plexiform layer as soon as they enter it; while those of the larger cells ramify close to the inner nuclear layer.
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