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Physiological and anatomical properties of optical input-fibres to the mushroom body in the bee brain


, : Physiological and anatomical properties of optical input-fibres to the mushroom body in the bee brain. Journal of Insect Physiology 32.8: 695-704

More than 150 neurons in the mushroom bodies of the worker honeybee brain were recorded and stained intracellularly with either Lucifer Yellow or Cobalt-Hexamminochloride (III). Among them were 12 neurons which connected the medulla and the lobula with the mushroom bodies.

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Accession: 001909675

DOI: 10.1016/0022-1910(86)90111-3

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