The Organization of the lamina ganglionaris of the prawn, Pandalus borealis (Kröyer)

@article{Nssel1975TheOO,
  title={The Organization of the lamina ganglionaris of the prawn, Pandalus borealis (Kr{\"o}yer)},
  author={Dr. Dick R. N{\"a}ssel},
  journal={Cell and Tissue Research},
  year={1975},
  volume={163},
  pages={445-464}
}
The Lamina ganglionaris (first optic neuropile) of the decapod crustacean Pandalus borealis has its optic cartridges (synaptic compartments) arranged in horizontal rows. Each optic cartridge contains seven receptor axon terminals and the branching axis fibres of five monopolar second order neurons. Four types of monopolar neurons are classified. Their cell bodies are arranged in two layers. The inner layer contains the cell bodies of exclusively one of these types, and each cartridge is invaded… CONTINUE READING
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