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The l'l..lclei relay sensations to the primary visual cortex, one of many bra'n
centers that cooperate in constructing our visual perceptions. 1063 optic nerves
meet at the optic chiasm near the center of the base of the cerebral cortex. Axons
ir the ...
Neurons in the lateral geniculate nuclei have axons that extend to the primary
visual cortex in the occipital lobe of the cerebrum. Additional interneurons carry
the information t higher-order visual processing ar 'ntegrating centers elsewhere
the thalamus, which relay inforrnation to the primary visual cortex. Several
integrating centers 'n the cerebral cortex are active 'n creating visual perceptions.
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