Data from: Ten days of darkness causes temporary blindness during an early critical period in higher mammals

Donald E. Mitchell, Nathan A. Crowder, Kaitlyn Holman, Matthew Smithen & Kevin R. Duffy
Extended periods of darkness have long been used to study how the mammalian visual system develops in the absence of any instruction from vision. Because of the relative ease of implementation of darkness as a means to eliminate visually driven neural activity, it has usually been imposed earlier in life and for much longer periods than was the case for other manipulations of the early visual input used for study of their influences on visual...
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