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Larval dorsomedial neurosecretory cell

Name: Larval dorsomedial neurosecretory cell
Description: Neurosecretory cell of the pars intercerebralis. Its axonal projection bifurcates, with one of the main branches projecting to the contralateral side and exiting the brain and bifurcating again. One of these secondary branches fasciculates with the nerve tracts that innervate the corpus cardiacum in the ring gland and also innervate the hypocerebral ganglion. The other follows the aorta and innervates the heart (Cao and Brown, 2001, Rulifson et al., 2002, Ikeya et al., 2002). The other main projection innervates the subesophageal ganglion and the esophagus (Rulifson et al., Ikeya et al., 2002). These cells are present in a bilateral cell body cluster of four to five cells in each hemisphere (Cao and Brown, 2001, Rulifson et al., 2002, Ikeya et al., 2002).
Synonym(s): MNC
Super-category: dorsomedial neurosecretory cell
*Id: nlx_148995
Contributor: mmc46
FBbt_Id: FBbt_00110035
FBBT_Link: http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00110035
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CommentThese cells were identified in second and third instar larva (Ikeya et al., 2002).
ContributorMmc46  +
Createdwarning.pngThe date "2012-03-02T12:32:50Z" was not understood.
DefinitionNeurosecretory cell of the pars intercereb Neurosecretory cell of the pars intercerebralis. Its axonal projection bifurcates, with one of the main branches projecting to the contralateral side and exiting the brain and bifurcating again. One of these secondary branches fasciculates with the nerve tracts that innervate the corpus cardiacum in the ring gland and also innervate the hypocerebral ganglion. The other follows the aorta and innervates the heart (Cao and Brown, 2001, Rulifson et al., 2002, Ikeya et al., 2002). The other main projection innervates the subesophageal ganglion and the esophagus (Rulifson et al., Ikeya et al., 2002). These cells are present in a bilateral cell body cluster of four to five cells in each hemisphere (Cao and Brown, 2001, Rulifson et al., 2002, Ikeya et al., 2002). ulifson et al., 2002, Ikeya et al., 2002).
FBBT Linkhttp://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00110035  +
FBbt IdFBbt 00110035  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Idnlx_148995  +
LabelLarval dorsomedial neurosecretory cell  +
ModifiedDate31 July 2012  +
SuperCategorydorsomedial neurosecretory cell  +
SynonymMNC  +