Published in Pain and Central Nervous System Week, April 4th, 2011
"In the majority of species studied, Kenyon cells are formed by four solitary neuroblasts. Among six calliphorid species, the number of neuroblasts increases up to 10-15 (mean 12.6) in each mushroom body in Calliphora vicina only. In young pupae of Muscina stabulans and M. livida, four polyneuroblastic prolipherative centers occur instead of solitary neuroblasts. These centers disintegrate later into numerous solitary neuroblasts," wrote...
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