Standard three-dimensional glomeruli of the Manduca sexta antennal lobe: a tool to study both developmental and adult neuronal plasticity

@article{Huetteroth2004StandardTG,
  title={Standard three-dimensional glomeruli of the Manduca sexta antennal lobe: a tool to study both developmental and adult neuronal plasticity},
  author={Wolf Huetteroth and Joachim Schachtner},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={2004},
  volume={319},
  pages={513-524}
}
The metamorphosing antennal lobe (AL) of the sphinx moth Manduca sexta serves as an established model system for studying neuronal development. To improve our understanding of mechanisms involved in neuronal plasticity, we have analyzed the size, shape, and localization of ten identified glomeruli at three different time points during development and in the adult, viz., (1) 13 days after pupal eclosion (P13), which reflects a time when the basic glomerular map has formed, (2) immediately after… CONTINUE READING
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