Kate Highnam

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The pars intercerebralis of the brain of the desert locust contains about 2,400 cells in two groups, which stain with chrome-haematoxylin-phloxin and with paraldehydefuchsin. On the basis of differences in size and staining reactions, four types of cell, called A-, B-, C-, and D-cells may be differentiated. The Aand B-cells produce different kinds of(More)