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Mushroom body pedunculus-vertical lobe arborizing neuron 1

Name: Mushroom body pedunculus-vertical lobe arborizing neuron 1
Description: A neuron, which is part of a cluster of at least two neurons, whose cell body is located on the inferior neuropils, near the junction of the mushroom body lobes of each brain hemisphere. The cell body fiber bifurcates near the vertical lobe. One of these fibers turns ventromedially to the tip of the medial lobe, whereas the other runs dorsally. The ventromedially directed branch innervates the medial lobe through the border between the gamma and beta' lobes. One branch runs medially to the opposite medial lobe whereas the other runs laterally to the basal segments of the alpha lobe and the inner core of the pedunculus. From the alpha lobe, one branch runs dorsally, turns dorsolaterally behind the alpha lobe and terminates in the posterior of the superior neuropils where it arborizes and further spreads laterally to the anterior dorsal superior lateral protocerebrum and the inferior neuropils.
Synonym(s): MB-VP1
Is part of: Adult brain
Super-category: Mushroom body extrinsic neuron
*Id: nlx_148592
Contributor: sr544
FBbt_Id: FBbt_00100244
FBBT_Link: http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100244
Has_synaptic_terminal_in: mushroom body pedunculus, mushroom body alpha lobe segment 1
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CommentNames are assigned according to the area o Names are assigned according to the area of the mushroom body they arborize, as detailed in Tanaka et al., (2008).The exact number of MB-VP1 neurons could not be exactly determined by Tanaka et al., (2008) because the enhancer trap they use labels other close cell bodies. p they use labels other close cell bodies.
ContributorSr544  +
Createdwarning.pngThe date "2010-09-09T03:52:37Z" was not understood.
DefinitionA neuron, which is part of a cluster of at A neuron, which is part of a cluster of at least two neurons, whose cell body is located on the inferior neuropils, near the junction of the mushroom body lobes of each brain hemisphere. The cell body fiber bifurcates near the vertical lobe. One of these fibers turns ventromedially to the tip of the medial lobe, whereas the other runs dorsally. The ventromedially directed branch innervates the medial lobe through the border between the gamma and beta' lobes. One branch runs medially to the opposite medial lobe whereas the other runs laterally to the basal segments of the alpha lobe and the inner core of the pedunculus. From the alpha lobe, one branch runs dorsally, turns dorsolaterally behind the alpha lobe and terminates in the posterior of the superior neuropils where it arborizes and further spreads laterally to the anterior dorsal superior lateral protocerebrum and the inferior neuropils. protocerebrum and the inferior neuropils.
FBBT Linkhttp://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/tools/anatomy_finder/index.htm?id=FBbt:00100244  +
FBbt IdFBbt 00100244  +
Has default formThis property is a special property in this wiki.Petilla neuron  +
Has synaptic terminal inMushroom body pedunculus  +, and Mushroom body alpha lobe segment 1  +
Idnlx_148592  +
Is part ofAdult brain  +
LabelMushroom body pedunculus-vertical lobe arborizing neuron 1  +
ModifiedDate20 March 2015  +
SuperCategoryMushroom body extrinsic neuron  +
SynonymMB-VP1  +