Tsuyoshi Sugawara

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More than 50 chordotonal sensilla, or scolopidia, embedded entirely in the integument were found in each side of the genital chamber wall in the female cricket, Teleogryllus commodus. Their cell bodies lie among the epidermal cells, and the tips of their dendrites terminate in the cuticle. About half of them contain two sensory cells (two-cell scolopidium),(More)
A pair of multipolar stretch-receptive neurons were found in the bursa copulatrix of the female cabbage white butterfly, Pieris rapae crucivora. The cell body of each neuron, about 10 micrometers in diameter, lies on the edge of the muscular region in the antero-lateral wall of the corpus bursae. No special accessory structure, and as a receptor muscle, is(More)
The purpose of this investigation was to accomplish reproducible radiography of single-leg standing lateral radiography of the knee by adjusting lateral rotation using a ruler to measure foot position. After preliminary assessment of three-dimensional CT of the knees of normal volunteers, the best adjustment of external rotation was estimated. A ruler was(More)
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