Structure and development of antennae in a moth, Manduca sexta.

@article{Sanes1976StructureAD,
  title={Structure and development of antennae in a moth, Manduca sexta.},
  author={Joshua R Sanes and John G. Hildebrand},
  journal={Developmental biology},
  year={1976},
  volume={51 2},
  pages={
          280-99
        }
}
Abstract The antenna of the moth, Manduca sexta , comprises two small basal segments and a long (2 cm) flagellum, which is divided into nearly 80 annuli. The annuli bear cuticular scales and small sensory organs, sensilla. A trachea, a blood vessel, and two nerve trunks run through the lumen of the antenna and into the head. Sensilla are arranged in an orderly pattern that is repeated on each flagellar annulus. Each flagellum bears about 10 5 sensilla, which contain about 2.5 × 10 5 primary… CONTINUE READING

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