Recovery from deafferentation by cricket interneurons after reinnervation by their peripheral field.

Abstract

The physiological and morphological recovery of cricket (Acheta domesticus) abdominal giant interneurons following varying periods of deafferentation and subsequent regeneration was examined. The principal afferent input to two identified interneurons was removed by surgically ablating an abdominal sensory appendage, the cercus. Deafferentation restricts… (More)

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