Postembryonic development of leucokinin-like immunoreactive neurons in the moth Spodoptera litura.


Antiserum to leucokinin I, a neuropeptide originally isolated from the cockroach Leucophaea maderae, was used for immunocytochemical labeling of neurons in the brain and ventral ganglia of the moth Spodoptera litura during postembryonic development. In the ventral ganglia, leucokinin-like immunoreactivity begins to occur in the abdominal ganglion A3 to A7… (More)


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