Neurite morphogenesis of identified visual interneurons and its relationship to photoreceptor synaptogenesis in the flies, Musca domestica and Drosophila melanogaster.


The first neuropile, or lamina, of the fly's optic lobe comprises a model set of identified neurons that are arrayed in cylindrical modules, called cartridges. The cartridge acquires adult form only in the second half of the fly's pupal life. All cells are by then correctly located within each of the lamina's cartridges (Drosophila, Musca), becoming… (More)


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