Architecture of Cerebral Neurosecretory Cell Systems in the Silkworm Bombyx Mori

@inproceedings{Ichikawa2005ArchitectureOC,
  title={Architecture of Cerebral Neurosecretory Cell Systems in the Silkworm Bombyx Mori},
  author={T. Ichikawa},
  year={2005}
}
Anatomical and physiological characteristics of putative neurosecretory cells (NSCs) in the medial and lateral areas of the larval brain of Bombyx mori, identifiable by the opalescent appearance of their somata, were examined by means of intracellular recording and staining. Intracellular injection of Lucifer Yellow revealed that the medial cell group consisted of at least six subgroups of cells distinguishable by the geometry of their dendritic branches. Five subgroups of cells project axons… CONTINUE READING

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