Mushroom Body Mapped

News   Aug 11, 2017 | Original Story from the University of Konstanz

 
Complete Connectome of a Learning and Memory Center Mapped

Left: light microscope image of a fly larvae. Center: electron microscope reconstruction of individual nerve cells. Right: example of an individual reconstructed cell (violet) in the fly larvae brain. Credit: Katharina Eichler, University of Konstanz

 
 
 

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