Air movement sensitive hairs and interneurons inLocusta migratoria

@article{Pflger2004AirMS,
  title={Air movement sensitive hairs and interneurons inLocusta migratoria},
  author={Hans -Joachim Pfl{\"u}ger and J{\"u}rgen Tautz},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={145},
  pages={369-380}
}
1. The sensory cells of about 30 hairs (one cell per hair) on the prothoracic basisternum ofLocusta migratoria, which are 500–600 μm long and have a very soft articulation, project to the contralateral side of the prothoracic ganglion. The fibres run to characteristic ganglionic areas: the ventral-most ventral association center and the median ventral tract. 2. A preparation was made which allowed stimulation of the hairs exclusively by air movements produced by air vibration (near-field of a… CONTINUE READING
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