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Terminals of Antennal Receptor Cells in the Antennal Lobe of the Bunenv. Pieris rapae L.(Insects, Lepidoptera)

한국동물학회지 1988년 31권 4호 p.334 ~ 343
이봉희, 김우갑,
소속 상세정보
이봉희 ( Lee Bong-Hee ) - 순천향대학교 생물학과
김우갑 ( Kim Woo-Kap ) - 고려대학교 이과대학 생물학과

Abstract


Five types of synaPses were differentiated in the antennal lobe or Pieris rapoe. aev are in general axo-dendritic synapses and have symmetrical contacts. The type I synapses contain the uniformly round vesicles of medium size, and consist of the 11% of all synapses in the antennal lobe. The type synapses are filled with the small flat and densely arranged (19%). The type III synapses possess medium-sized round vesicles and dense core ones(24%). The type IV synapses are characterized by such three kinds of vesicles as small round, small flat and dense core vesicles(33%). The type V synapses exhibit the presence of medium-sized round, large round and dense core vesicles(13%). The removal of the left antenna on its proximal portion caused the type IV boutons of the above ave types in ipsilateral antennal lobe to turn into dark or semidark degenerative changes. Therefore, it was concluded that many of the antennal receptor cells projected into the brain terminate in the antennal lobe to form type IV synapses together with the dendrites.

키워드

Axo-dendrite ; synapses ; Antennal receptro ; Butterfly

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