Sati Budharugsa

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The topography of the antennal afferent path-ways was studied comparatively in the worker bee and the drone of Apis mellifera L. by cellular marking, following localized application of cobalt chloride to the cut end of one antenna. This study dealt principally with the first relay of the afferent pathway in the glomeruli of the antennal lobe. The counting(More)
An important sexual dimorphism is demonstrated in the drone at the level of the first central relay of the antennal olfactory pathway (antennal lobe of the deutocerebrum), represented by large and easily identifiable glomerular complexes. This preparation seems to be an excellent model for a functional study of the olfactory system.
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