The neurons of layer 6 in the visual cortex
The cell bodies of the neurons of layer 6 are shown at the bottom of this image. Neurons have dendrites, which pass through other layers of the cortex and collect information from these layers. The dendrites of layer 6 neurons can span the full length of the cortex. They are almost 1 mm long.
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