Evolutionary changes in the olfactory projection neuron pathways of eumalacostracan crustaceans

@article{Sullivan2004EvolutionaryCI,
  title={Evolutionary changes in the olfactory projection neuron pathways of eumalacostracan crustaceans},
  author={J. M. Sullivan and B. Beltz},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Neurology},
  year={2004},
  volume={470}
}
Output from the olfactory lobe (primary olfactory center) of eumalacostracan crustaceans is transmitted to the medulla terminalis (MT) and hemiellipsoid body (HB) in the lateral protocerebrum (higher order center) by a large population of projection neurons. In eureptantian crustaceans (lobsters, crayfish, and crabs), these projection neurons also form the output pathway from an additional neuropil, the accessory lobe (higher order center), which appears to have arisen de novo in these animals… Expand
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