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Control of neurosecretion in the moth Manduca sexta: physiological regulation of the eclosion hormone cells



Control of neurosecretion in the moth Manduca sexta: physiological regulation of the eclosion hormone cells



Journal of Comparative Physiology. A, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 158(4): 445-455



The secretion of the peptide eclosion hormone from the corpora cardiaca-corpora allata complex of the sphingid Manduca sexta was correlated with an increase in the activity of the Group Ia neurons. This increase was accompanied by specific changes in the physiological properties of a subset of the Group Ia cells during the final stages of adult development.

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