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Weiss & Taylor, 1944), while in others it does (Forssman, 1900), and it has not been possible to trace the anatomical development of individual fiber tracts in the cases where functional evidence of specificity has been found (reviewed in detail by Gaze, 1970). The last author faces these difficult problems in the clearest possible way, and his book is a good source of substance, if not solace. These difficulties notwithstanding, the chemoaffinity hypothesis lays a strong claim to a field which is not without its challenges and challengers.

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R. Development of functional organization in cultured embryonic CNS tissues during chronic exposure to agents which prevent bioelectric activity. In L. Jilek & S. ), Ontogenesis of the brain. Prague: Charles University Press, 1968. Pp. 19-25. Dews, P. , & Wiesel, T. N. Consequences of monocular deprivation on visual behavior in kittens. Journal of Physiology (London), 1970, 206, 437-455. Dimond, S. J. Effects of photic stimulation before hatching on the development of fear in chicks. Journal of Comparative and Physiological Psychology, 1968, 65, 320-324.

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