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Mushroom body calyx-pedunculus arborizing neuron 1

Name: Mushroom body calyx-pedunculus arborizing neuron 1
Description: One of approximately two neurons per brain hemisphere whose cell body is located on the posteriorlateral protocerebrum, ventrolateral to the calyx. The cell body fiber projects to and arborizes with the pedunculus where it bifurcates, with one branch turning posteriorly to terminate in the calyx. The other branch projects anteriorly through the pedunculus, turns medially and runs below the medial lobe. The fiber then turns dorsally, enters the medial lobe and bifurcates in the gamma lobe. One of these fibers turns medially to the opposite medial lobe, whilst the other turns dorsolaterally and terminates in the inferior neuropils, posterior to the medial lobe.
Synonym(s): MB-C1
Is part of: adult brain
Super-category: mushroom body extrinsic neuron
*Id: nlx_148588
Contributor: sr544
FBbt_Id: FBbt_00100240
FBBT_Link: http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100240
Has_synaptic_terminal_in: mushroom body calyx, mushroom body pedunculus
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CommentNames are assigned according to the area of the mushroom body they arborize, as detailed in Tanaka et al., (2008).
ContributorSr544  +
DefinitionOne of approximately two neurons per brain One of approximately two neurons per brain hemisphere whose cell body is located on the posteriorlateral protocerebrum, ventrolateral to the calyx. The cell body fiber projects to and arborizes with the pedunculus where it bifurcates, with one branch turning posteriorly to terminate in the calyx. The other branch projects anteriorly through the pedunculus, turns medially and runs below the medial lobe. The fiber then turns dorsally, enters the medial lobe and bifurcates in the gamma lobe. One of these fibers turns medially to the opposite medial lobe, whilst the other turns dorsolaterally and terminates in the inferior neuropils, posterior to the medial lobe. r neuropils, posterior to the medial lobe.
FBBT Linkhttp://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100240  +
FBbt IdMushroom body calyx-pedunculus arborizing neuron 1  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Has synaptic terminal inMushroom body calyx  +, and Mushroom body pedunculus  +
Idnlx_148588  +
Is part ofAdult brain  +
LabelMushroom body calyx-pedunculus arborizing neuron 1  +
ModifiedDate31 July 2012  +
SuperCategorymushroom body extrinsic neuron  +
SynonymMB-C1  +