|ZFIN ID: ZDB-FIG-120314-4|
Nasoventral axons of a wild-type fish and of a nev mutant. Dorsal views of the tectal lobes, anterior is to the left. (A) In wildtype fish, nasoventral axons grow in straight, smoothly curved trajectories (arrows) on the dorsal side of the tectal lobe and terminate posterodorsally. (B) A nev mutant fish. Nasoventral axons terminate retinotopically (*), but they grow on tortous paths (arrows). m, melanophore. Scale bars, 0.1 mm.
|cyfip2tr230b/tr230b||standard conditions||Day 5||retinal ganglion cell axon displaced, abnormal|
|Day 5||retinal ganglion cell axon irregular spatial pattern, abnormal|
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