The antennal lobe of orthoptera - anatomy and evolution.

@article{Ignell2001TheAL,
  title={The antennal lobe of orthoptera - anatomy and evolution.},
  author={Rickard Ignell and Sylvia Anton and Bill S. Hansson},
  journal={Brain, behavior and evolution},
  year={2001},
  volume={57 1},
  pages={1-17}
}
The first odor-processing neuropils of insects comprise glomeruli, islets of neuropil, that are supplied by olfactory receptor neurons and give rise to efferent axons to higher brain centers. Glomeruli size and organization varies in a taxon-specific manner across the Insecta, suggesting possible correlates between their organization and chemosensory behaviors in different insect groups. Comparative studies of antennal lobe glomeruli within the Orthoptera have been used to infer how the various… CONTINUE READING