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The lobster optic lamina. II. Types of synapse

Hamori, J; Horridge, George Adrian


Summary The following interpretations are based on the assumption that the vesicles are presynaptic. Synapses between retinula cells are symmetrical contacts, with cisternae attached to both thickened membranes and the cleft is 8-10 mµ wide. Synapses from retinula terminal bags to the numerous invaginating spines of the ganglion cell axon have presynaptic ribbons and filaments but few vesicles; the cleft is 7.5-13 mµ wide. Synapses from retinula cell bags to secretory horizontal fibres have...[Show more]

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Date published: 1966-06-01
Type: Journal article
Source: Journal of Cell Science
Access Rights: Open Access


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