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5-4 Fig. 5-3. Photomicrograph of a transverse section through the "cervical" cord of Raja clavata Fig. 5-4. Photomicrograph of a transverse section through the "cervical" cord of Hydrolagus collei 26 The Spinal Cord melp Fig. 5-5. Neurons in the spinal cord of a young ray. a axon; en commissural neuron; dd dorsal dendrites of motor neuron; dr dorsal root; ld lateral dendrites of motor neuron; md medial dendrites of motor neuron; mdp marginal dendritic plexus; mn motor neurons; vr ventral root;fn funicular neuron (after Nieuwenhuys 1964) rhinus such a pathway has not been demonstrated.
This regeneration is known to be associated with substantial synaptic reorganization (Bernstein and Gelderd 1973). There have been fewer reports of regeneration in elasmobranchs but Maron (1963) observed complete repair in the cord of Scyliorhinus embryo. Gelderd (1979) has shown that, although regeneration appears to be much more limited in the adult (Ginglymostoma), there is evidence of synaptic readjustment. Leonard et al. (1978a) suggested that the good regenerative capacity of the nervous system of fishes may be related to the fact that in these animals neuronal cell number continues to increase throughout adult life.
They can be divided into two groups on the basis of their dendritic arborizations. In one type, found mostly at the top and bottom of the crest, there is usually a single primary dendrite from which all others arise. In the other, situated in the middle of this layer, primary dendrites arise from all over the cell body and ramify dorsally and ventrally, running parallel with the dendrites of the large Purkinje-like cells. It has not been possible to trace with certainty the projection of the axons of these cells, but they pass amongst the dendrites of the large Purkinjelike cells and presumably make synaptic connections with them (Paul et al.