The fine structure of sense organs in the ovipositor of the parasitic wasp, Orgilus lepidus Muesebeck.

@article{Hawke1973TheFS,
  title={The fine structure of sense organs in the ovipositor of the parasitic wasp, Orgilus lepidus Muesebeck.},
  author={S. D. Hawke and R. Farley and P. Greany},
  journal={Tissue \& cell},
  year={1973},
  volume={5 1},
  pages={
          171-84
        }
}
Abstract Three types of sensilla were observed in the ovipositor, including a multicellular sensillum presumed to respond to both chemical and mechanical stimuli, plus two types of campaniform sensilla. Four or five bipolar chemosensory cells innervate each multicellular sensillum, witln the dendrites terminating at an 800 ,A dia. pore in the cuticular wall. The dendrite of an associated mechanosensory neuron is inserted upon a slender shaft of cuticle which extends inward from the wall of the… Expand
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