Constancy and variability of identified glomeruli in antennal lobes: computational approach in Spodoptera littoralis

@article{Couton2009ConstancyAV,
  title={Constancy and variability of identified glomeruli in antennal lobes: computational approach in Spodoptera littoralis},
  author={Louise Couton and Sebasti{\'a}n A Minoli and Ki{\^e}n Ki{\^e}u and Sylvia Anton and Jean-Pierre Rospars},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2009},
  volume={337},
  pages={491-511}
}
The primary olfactory centres share striking similarities across the animal kingdom. The most conspicuous is their subdivision into glomeruli, which are spherical neuropil masses in which synaptic contacts between sensory and central neurons occur. Glomeruli have both an anatomical identity (being invariant in location, size and shape) and a functional identity (each glomerulus receiving afferents from olfactory receptor neurons that express the same olfactory receptor). Identified glomeruli… CONTINUE READING
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