The morphology of a population of thoracic intersegmental interneurones in the locust.

Abstract

A population of intersegmental interneurones with axons extending from the meso- to the metathoracic ganglion of the locust is described. They receive specific mechanosensory inputs from one mesothoracic leg. Their cell bodies are in group at the posterior of the mesothoracic ganglion, lying over the lateral base of each connective, and their primary… (More)

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@article{Laurent1987TheMO, title={The morphology of a population of thoracic intersegmental interneurones in the locust.}, author={Gilles Laurent}, journal={The Journal of comparative neurology}, year={1987}, volume={256 3}, pages={412-29} }