A Golgi-electron-microscopical study of the structure and development of the lamina ganglionaris of the locust optic lobe

@article{Nowel1981AGS,
  title={A Golgi-electron-microscopical study of the structure and development of the lamina ganglionaris of the locust optic lobe},
  author={Mark S. Nowel and Dr. Peter M. J. Shelton},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1981},
  volume={216},
  pages={377-401}
}
The gross structure as well as the neuronal and non-neuronal components of the lamina ganglionaris of the locust Schistocerca gregaria are described on the basis of light- and electron-microscopical preparations of Golgj (selective silver) and ordinary histological preparations. The array of optic cartridges within the lamina neuropile — their order and arrangement — and the composition of the cartridges are described. There are six types of monopolar neurons: three whose branches reach to… CONTINUE READING

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