Diverse neuronal lineages make stereotyped contributions to the Drosophila locomotor control center, the central complex.

@article{Yang2013DiverseNL,
  title={Diverse neuronal lineages make stereotyped contributions to the Drosophila locomotor control center, the central complex.},
  author={Jacob Shun-Jen Yang and Takeshi Awasaki and Hung-Hsiang Yu and Yisheng He and Peng Ding and Jui-Chun Kao and Tzumin Lee},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2013},
  volume={521 12},
  pages={2645-Spc1}
}
The Drosophila central brain develops from a fixed number of neuroblasts. Each neuroblast makes a clone of neurons that exhibit common trajectories. Here we identified 15 distinct clones that carry larval-born neurons innervating the Drosophila central complex (CX), which consists of four midline structures including the protocerebral bridge (PB), fan-shaped body (FB), ellipsoid body (EB), and noduli (NO). Clonal analysis revealed that the small-field CX neurons, which establish intricate… CONTINUE READING
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