Antennal sensory system of Periplaneta americana L.: distribution and frequency of morphologic types of sensilla and their sex-specific changes during postembryonic development.

@article{Schaller1978AntennalSS,
  title={Antennal sensory system of Periplaneta americana L.: distribution and frequency of morphologic types of sensilla and their sex-specific changes during postembryonic development.},
  author={David Schaller},
  journal={Cell and tissue research},
  year={1978},
  volume={191 1},
  pages={121-39}
}
The morphology of the antennal hair-sensilla of Periplaneta americana, their distribution and frequency on the antennal flagellum have been examined by transmission- and scanning-electron microscopy. The types of sensilla were distinguished with respect to physiologically relevant criteria such as wall structure and number of sensory cells. Among the sensilla of the antenna of the adult male, long, single-walled sensilla with four sensory cells (types sw B), Probably responsible for reception… CONTINUE READING

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