Functional neuroanatomy of the rhinophore of Aplysia punctata

@article{Wertz2006FunctionalNO,
  title={Functional neuroanatomy of the rhinophore of Aplysia punctata},
  author={Adrian Wertz and Wolfgang R{\"o}ssler and M. L. Obermayer and Ulf Bickmeyer},
  journal={Frontiers in Zoology},
  year={2006},
  volume={3},
  pages={6 - 6}
}
For marine snails, olfaction represents a crucial sensory modality for long-distance reception, as auditory and visual information is limited. The posterior tentacle of Aplysia, the rhinophore, is a chemosensory organ and several behavioural studies showed that the rhinophores can detect pheromones, initiate orientation and locomotion toward food. However the functional neuroanatomy of the rhinophore is not yet clear. Here we apply serotonin-immunohistochemistry and fluorescent markers in… CONTINUE READING
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