Multimodal interneurones of locust optic lobe
THE auditory interneurones which ascend the ventral cord of the migratory locust have been traced forward only as far as the neck connectives1,2. Fibres which give a similar response can occasionally be found in the lateral parts of the protocerebrum or in the optic lobes by probing with indium-filled platinum-plated microelectrodes. They have not been found, although sought, in the corpora pedunculata. However, by probing in the optic lobe, higher-order neurones which give a different set of...[Show more]
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