Evolution of neural development in the arthropods

  • Whitington P
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Insects, both winged and wingless, possess a conserved set of neurons responsible for pioneering major axon pathways in the embryonic CNS and the developmental program for generating those neurons appears to be similarly conserved....

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  • arthropods
  • axon growth
  • crustaceans
  • insects
  • neurogenesis

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  • P M Whitington

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