Efferent system of the lateral ocellus in the dragonfly: Its relationships with the ocellar afferent units, the compound eyes, and the wing sensory system

@article{Kondo2004EfferentSO,
  title={Efferent system of the lateral ocellus in the dragonfly: Its relationships with the ocellar afferent units, the compound eyes, and the wing sensory system},
  author={Hiroaki Kondo},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={125},
  pages={341-349}
}
1. The activity of lateral ocellar nerve fibres of the dragonfly was studied with special reference to the activity of efferent fibres. 2. Afferent and efferent impulses were recorded from the distal and proximal cut-ends of the ocellar nerve using suction electrodes. The lateral ocellar nerve was found to contain, at least, two kinds of afferent (one large and the other small) and three kinds of efferent (one large and the others small) fibres (Fig. 7). 3. The large efferent fibre was… CONTINUE READING
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