Formation of antennal lobe and mushroom body neuropils during metamorphosis in the honeybee, apis mellifera.

@article{Schrter2000FormationOA,
  title={Formation of antennal lobe and mushroom body neuropils during metamorphosis in the honeybee, apis mellifera.},
  author={Ulrike Schr{\"o}ter and Dagmar Malun},
  journal={The Journal of comparative neurology},
  year={2000},
  volume={422 2},
  pages={
          229-45
        }
}
The projections to the mushroom bodies (mbs) have been clearly described in the brain of adult honeybees (Apis mellifera). Olfactory projection neurons arborize in the lip of the calyceal neuropil, whereas visual projection neurons project to the collar. To study the maturation of this pattern of innervation, as well as the development of uniglomerular projection neurons within the antennal lobes (als), we conducted the following three studies focused on the first four stages of pupal… CONTINUE READING
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