Interneurones subserving ocelli in two species of trichopterous insects: morphology and central projections

@article{Hagberg1986InterneuronesSO,
  title={Interneurones subserving ocelli in two species of trichopterous insects: morphology and central projections},
  author={Dr. Mariana Hagberg and Dick R N{\"a}ssel},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1986},
  volume={245},
  pages={197-205}
}
The central projections of ocellar interneurones in two species of trichopterous insects Agrypnia varia F. and Limnephilus flavicornis F. were analysed by use of cobalt iontophoresis. The interneurones were classified into three groups: large-, medium- and small-caliber neurones based on the diameters of the axons. Seven large-diameter neurones project from each lateral ocellus into the central nervous system. Of these, four neurones terminate in the posterior slope (three ipsilateral and one… CONTINUE READING

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