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Histochemical analysis of the central nervous system of Diacrisia obliqua (Wlk.) during metamorphosis with reference to the breakdown and reformation of the neural lamella



Histochemical analysis of the central nervous system of Diacrisia obliqua (Wlk.) during metamorphosis with reference to the breakdown and reformation of the neural lamella



Indian Zoologist 6(1/2): 37-45



Acid mucopolysaccharides (AMPS), carbohydrates, glycogen and proteins were tested in the brain and nerve cord of Spilosoma obliqua Wlk. (Diacrisia obliqua) at various stages of metamorphosis in the laboratory in India. Substances positive to periodic acid Schiff's reagent accumulated in the cortical region, and AMPS in the glial lacunar system and below the perineurium during reorganisation of the nerual lamella. The perineurium served for the passage as well as storage of glycogen.

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