A developmental study of serotonin-immunoreactive neurons in the embryonic brain of the marbled crayfish and the migratory locust: evidence for a homologous protocerebral group of neurons.

@article{Zieger2013ADS,
  title={A developmental study of serotonin-immunoreactive neurons in the embryonic brain of the marbled crayfish and the migratory locust: evidence for a homologous protocerebral group of neurons.},
  author={Elisabeth Zieger and Peter Br{\"a}unig and Steffen Harzsch},
  journal={Arthropod structure & development},
  year={2013},
  volume={42 6},
  pages={
          507-520
        }
}
It is well established that the brains of adult malacostracan crustaceans and winged insects display distinct homologies down to the level of single neuropils such as the central complex and the optic neuropils. We wanted to know if developing insect and crustacean brains also share similarities and therefore have explored how neurotransmitter systems arise… CONTINUE READING