Development of the nervous system in the "head" of Limulus polyphemus (Chelicerata: Xiphosura): morphological evidence for a correspondence between the segments of the chelicerae and of the (first) antennae of Mandibulata

@article{Mittmann2002DevelopmentOT,
  title={Development of the nervous system in the
 "head" of Limulus polyphemus (Chelicerata:
 Xiphosura): morphological evidence for a correspondence between the segments of
 the chelicerae and of the (first) antennae of Mandibulata},
  author={Beate Mittmann and Gerhard Scholtz},
  journal={Development Genes and Evolution},
  year={2002},
  volume={213},
  pages={9-17}
}
AbstractWe investigated brain development in the horseshoe crab Limulus polyphemus and several other arthropods via immunocytochemical methods, i.e. antibody stainings against acetylated α-tubulin and synapsin. According to the traditional view, the first appendage-bearing segment in chelicerates (the chelicerae) is not homologous to the first appendage-bearing segment of mandibulates (first antenna, deutocerebrum) but to the segment of the second antenna (tritocerebrum) or the… 
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