Query: Neurons with synaptic terminals in antennal mechanosensory and motor center

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FBbt_00111661 adult antennal mechanosensory and motor center projection neuron
Any projection neuron (FBbt:00007392) that has postsynaptic terminals in some antennal mechanosensory and motor center (FBbt:00003982). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111661
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FBbt_00110427 adult fruitless aDT-g neuron
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A and projects to the posterior lateral protocerebrum. It expresses fruitless. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110427
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FBbt_00111645 antennal grooming brain interneuron 1
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind at the dorsal/ventral level of the dorsal antennal lobe. The primary neurite extends ventrally to arborize broadly in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones C and E, and less extensively in the subesophageal zone (SEZ), including the ventral and posterior regions. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111645
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FBbt_00111646 antennal grooming brain interneuron 2
Neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind laterally to the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends ventromedially to arborize broadly in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones C and E, and less extensively in the subesophageal zone (SEZ), including the ventral region. Some neurites cross the midline. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111646
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FBbt_00111647 antennal grooming descending neuron 1
Descending neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind posteroventrally to the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsally to arborize broadly in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones C and E and ventral subesophageal zone (SEZ). In the latter, the projections are more dorsal than the ones of antennal grooming descending neuron 2. One neurite projects ventrally to exit the brain via the cervical connective and arborizes in the prothoracic neuromere. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111647
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FBbt_00111648 antennal grooming descending neuron 2
Descending neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind posteroventrally to the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsally to arborize broadly in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones C and E and ventral subesophageal zone (SEZ). In the latter, the projections are more ventral than the ones of antennal grooming descending neuron 1. One neurite projects ventrally to exit the brain via the cervical connective and arborizes in the prothoracic neuromere. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111648
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FBbt_00110119 antennal mechanosensory and motor center A projection neuron
Projection neuron that receives input in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110119
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FBbt_00110183 antennal mechanosensory and motor center A1 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located dorsally and posterior to the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite projects anteriorly towards the great commissure, where it forms several branches which form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, the wedge, the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP), the glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum where LC4 neurons arborize (PVLP) region as well as the nonglomerular region. It crosses the midline forming a very thick commissure which runs along the great commissure (superior AMMC commissure) to form presynaptic terminals in the contralateral gorget and nonglomerular region of the PVLP. It is electrically synapsed to the giant fiber neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110183
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FBbt_00110124 antennal mechanosensory and motor center A2 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located dorsally to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). It projects to the ipsilateral inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum (IVLP) region and AMMC zones A and B. It also projects contralaterally via the inferior AMMC commissure to arborize in the AMMC zones A and B. Its dendrites receive input in the AMMC zone A and establish postsynaptic connections in the IVLP. These neurons are broadly tuned to respond to 100, 300 Hz, 700Hz or pulse song stimuli (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110124
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FBbt_00111481 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bb1 neuron
Bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite extends anteriodorsally and turns sharply to bifurcate in the great commissure. The ipsilateral branch forms postsynaptic terminals in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A, including the most ventral region, wedge, anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP) and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). The contralateral branch fasciculates with the great commissure and extends to form presynaptic terminals in the gorget, inferior clamp and postsynaptic ones in the AVLP, PVLP and epaulette. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111481
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FBbt_00111482 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bb2 neuron
Bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the antennal lobe. The primary neurite extends posterioventromedially and bifurcates in antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The lateral branch forms postsynaptic terminals in the AMMC zone B and turns posterioventrally to arborize in the saddle. The contralateral branch extends to form presynaptic terminals in the contralateral glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111482
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FBbt_00111483 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bb3 neuron
Bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the antennal lobe. The primary neurite forms several branches to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B and the glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons. Presynaptic terminals are found in the ipsilateral saddle, gnathal ganglion and wedge. The contralateral branch arises at the ventrolateral side of the epaulette and crosses the midline to form presynaptic terminals in the contralateral glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111483
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FBbt_00111484 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bb4 neuron
Bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the antennal lobe. The primary neurite extends posteriomedially and branches to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B and wedge. The neurite further extends ventromedially to form presynaptic terminals in the saddle and gnathal ganglion. One of the branches projects dorsally and bifurcates at the ventral side of the ipsilateral epaulette. The lateral branch forms presynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons whereas the medial branches crosses the midline to do the same in the contralateral region. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111484
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FBbt_00111474 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi10 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends ventromedially and bifurcates in the AVLP. The dorsal branch projects posteriomedially to form postsynaptic terminals in the AVLP and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). The ventral branch projects ventromedially to form postsynaptic terminals in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, and wedge, and presynaptic terminals in the saddle and in the gnathal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111474
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FBbt_00111475 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi11 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventrolateral region of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends posteriomedially and bifurcates in the ventral AVLP. The dorsal branch arborizes in the AVLP. The medial branch projects to the wedge and antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A. Postsynaptic terminals are found in the AVLP, AMMC zone A and wedge. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111475
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FBbt_00111476 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi12 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventrolateral region of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends posteriolaterally and bifurcates in the ventral AVLP. The dorsal branch forms postsynaptic terminals in the AVLP. The ventral branch projects to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, and forms postsynaptic terminals in the wedge, AVLP and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111476
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FBbt_00111477 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi13 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the lateral horn. The primary neurite extends ventromedially to arborize in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A, anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP) and wedge. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111477
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FBbt_00111478 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi14 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite extends anteriodorsally and forms three branches in the ventral posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). The lateral branch projects anteriodorsally to form postsynaptic terminals in the PVLP. The ventral branch projects anteriomedially to form postsynaptic terminals in the ventral anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP) and antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B. The dorsal branch turns medially to form presynaptic terminals in the gorget. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111478
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FBbt_00111479 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi15 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posteriomedial region of the lobula. The primary neurite extends anterioventrally and forms postsynaptic terminals in the ventral posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP), ventral anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP) and antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B. Arborization is also observed in the AMMC zone A. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111479
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FBbt_00111480 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi16 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the antennal lobe. The primary neurite extends medially and broadly forms postsynaptic terminals in the antennal lobe. It then turns posteriodorsally to project towards the fan-shaped body (FB) and turns posteriolaterally at the ventrolateral side of the FB to form presynaptic terminals in the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The neurite turns anterioventrally to form presynaptic terminals in the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) and arborize in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111480
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FBbt_00111467 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi3 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the ventroposterior region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsally to innervate the posterior gnathal ganglion and extends anterodorsally to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111467
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FBbt_00111468 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi4 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the ventroposterior region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsolaterally to form postsynaptic terminals in the posterior gnathal ganglion and presynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone D. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111468
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FBbt_00111469 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi5 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventral side of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends ventromedially and bifurcates: the dorsal branch projects anteriodorsally to innervate the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A; the ventral branch projects posteriomedially to form postsynaptic terminals in the posterior gnathal ganglion, saddle and inferior posterior slope. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111469
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FBbt_00111470 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi6 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends ventromedially along the ventrolateral rim of the anterior gnathal ganglion. It then turns posteriodorsally to form postsynaptic terminals in the saddle and posterior gnathal ganglion. It further extends dorsolaterally to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, wedge and anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111470
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FBbt_00111471 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi7 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the dorsal region of the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The primary neurite extends medially and turns sharply, at the ventrolateral side of the lateral accessory lobe to project ventrolaterally and form postsynaptic terminals in the AMMC zone B. It then forms three branches: the medial one extends through the inferior AMMC commissure to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral AMMC zone E; the ventromedial branch forms postsynaptic terminals in the gnathal ganglion and presynaptic ones in the saddle; the dorsal branch projects posteriodorsally and turns laterally at the lateral side of the vest to form presynaptic terminals in the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111471
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FBbt_00111472 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi8 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends posterioventromedially to innervate the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B and the wedge. It then extends further to form presynaptic terminals in the saddle and gnathal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111472
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FBbt_00111473 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Bi9 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateral region of the anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP). The primary neurite extends ventromedially and bifurcates in the AVLP. The dorsal branch projects posteriomedially to form postsynaptic terminals in the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). The ventral branch projects medially to form postsynaptic terminals in the anterior antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, the wedge, AVLP and PVLP. It then extends further to form presynaptic terminals in the gnathal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111473
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FBbt_00111493 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db1 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the inferior bridge. The primary neurite extends anterioventrolaterally and bifurcates in the superior posterior slope (SPS). The lateral branch projects ventrolaterally to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones B, C and E, and gnathal ganglion. The medial branch crosses the midline dorsally to the esophagus, turns posterioventrally and forms presynaptic terminals in the gnathal ganglion and inferior posterior slope (IPS). It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111493
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FBbt_00111494 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db2 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the inferior clamp (ICL). The primary neurite extends anteriorly and bifurcates in the gorget. The lateral branch projects ventrolaterally to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B, wedge, posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP), including the glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons, posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP), gorget and superior posterior slope (SPS). The medial branch crosses the midline, extends posterioventrally and forms presynaptic terminals in the saddle and bilaterally in the gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111494
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FBbt_00111495 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db3 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the inferior posterior slope (IPS). The primary neurite extends anteriodorsally and branches in the posterior region of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP). The lateral branch extends to the lobula and forms postsynaptic terminals. The ventral branch forms a dense arbor with postsynaptic terminals that includes the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B, wedge, anterior and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP and PVLP), including the glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons and the non-glomerular regions, and posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). A thin neurite projects medially and fasciculates with the great commissure. Contralaterally, it turns ventrally and forms presynaptic terminals in the saddle and bilaterally in the posterior gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. There are three subtypes, which innervate additional neuropils ipsilaterally. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111495
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FBbt_00111496 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db3a neuron
Subtype of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-Db3a neuron whose ipsilateral innervation is restricted to the lobula, antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B, wedge, anterior and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP and PVLP), including the glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons and the non-glomerular regions, and posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111496
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FBbt_00111497 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db3b neuron
Subtype of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-Db3a neuron whose ipsilateral innervation includes an additional short branch to the epaulette. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111497
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FBbt_00111498 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db3c neuron
Subtype of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-Db3a neuron whose ipsilateral innervation includes an additional short branch to the gorget. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111498
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FBbt_00111499 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db4 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose large cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the inferior posterior slope (IPS). The primary neurite extends anterioventromedially and bifurcates at the midline of the posterior gnathal ganglion. The ipsilateral branch broadly arborizes in the IPS and posterior gnathal ganglion forming postsynaptic terminals. The contralateral neurite bifurcates in the medial region of the contralateral gnathal ganglion. The anteriolateral branch forms postsynaptic terminals on the lateral region of the posterior gnathal ganglion and antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone D. The posterioventral branch exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111499
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FBbt_00111500 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db5 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventral region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends posteriomedially to form postsynaptic terminals bilaterally in the gnathal ganglion. A contralateral neurite in the gnathal ganglion extends to form postsynaptic terminals in the contralateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone E and saddle, and to arborize in the AMMC zone B. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111500
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FBbt_00111501 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db6 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose large cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventral region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsally to broadly form postsynaptic terminals bilaterally in the gnathal ganglion and flange. The neurite further extends laterally to arborize bilaterally in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone A and saddle. A contralateral neurite in the gnathal ganglion exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. Postsynaptic terminals are also found in the ipsilateral AMMC zone A. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111501
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FBbt_00111502 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Db7 neuron
Descending bilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the lateroanterior region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends posterioventromedially along the ventral edge of the gnathal ganglion and turns dorsally to arborize in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A, B and E, saddle, gnathal ganglion and wedge. The neurite that innervates the AMMC forms a thin fiber, which projects medially and crosses the midline ventral to the esophagus. Immediately after it crosses the midline, the neurite turns ventrally to arborize in the saddle, posterior gnathal ganglion then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. Postsynaptic terminals are found in the AMMC in both hemispheres. Presynaptic terminals are found in the contralateral saddle and the bilateral gnathal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111502
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FBbt_00111486 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di1 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventroposterior region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends anterodorsolaterally and branches to arborize the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone D and to form postsynaptic terminals in the posterior gnathal ganglion. One of the branches turns ventromedially to exit the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111486
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FBbt_00111487 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di2 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventrolateral region of the gnathal ganglion. The primary neurite extends dorsomedially and arborizes in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones B and E. It then turns ventromedially to exit the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111487
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FBbt_00111488 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di3 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the dorsal region of the superior posterior slope (SPS). The primary neurite extends anterioventrally and forms several branches at the medial side of the inferior posterior slope. The dorsal branch projects anteriodorsally to form postsynaptic terminals in the epaulette and SPS. The anteriolateral and medial branches form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones B and E, respectively. The ventral branch extends posteroventrally to exit the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111488
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FBbt_00111489 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di4 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventral region of the mushroom body calyx. The primary neurite extends anterioventrally to form postsynaptic terminals in the wedge, anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP), in the glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons and in the non-glomerular region, and in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B. One branch extends posterioventromedially to form presynaptic terminals in the saddle and posterior gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111489
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FBbt_00111490 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di5 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite extends anteriomedially, turns ventrally at the medial side of the PLP and branches, to form postsynaptic terminals in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, wedge, anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP), the glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons, inferior clamp and gorget. One of the branches further extends posterioventrally to form presynaptic terminals in the saddle and posterior gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111490
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FBbt_00111491 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di6 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite extends anteriorly to broadly form postsynaptic terminals in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, wedge, anterior and posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (AVLP and PVLP), PLP, superior posterior slope (SPS), clamp, gorget and epaulette. One of the branches further extends ventromedially from the medial side of the PVLP to form presynaptic terminals in the saddle. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111491
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FBbt_00111492 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC Di7 neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind on the ventral region of the antennal lobe. The primary neurite extends posterioventrolaterally towards the wedge to branch and form postsynaptic terminals in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B, wedge, posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP), including the glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons, posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP), antennal lobe and superior posterior slope (SPS). Presynaptic terminals are found in the vest. One of the branches further extends posterioventromedially to form presynaptic terminals in the AMMC zone E, saddle and posterior gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111492
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FBbt_00111485 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC P3b neuron
Descending ipsilateral neuron whose large cell body is located in the cell body rind on the posterior region of the posterior lateral protocerebrum (PLP). The primary neurite extends anteroventrally and branches to form postsynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zones A and B, wedge and the glomerulus of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) which is targeted by LC4 neurons. One of the branches bifurcates in the AMMC to extend posterioventromedially to form presynaptic boutons in the saddle and posterior gnathal ganglion. It then exits the brain, projecting into the thoracic-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111485
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FBbt_00111291 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC PN2 projection neuron
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral zones C and E of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and projects to the ipsilateral medial region of the inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum. The cell body is lateral to the one from AMMC projection neuron 3. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111291
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FBbt_00111292 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC PN3 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located near the dorsal midline. The primary neurite projects ventrally and bifurcates in the vest to innervate the ipsilateral zones B and E of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The neurites that arborize in zone B extend further into the ipsilateral medial region of the inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum (wedge). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111292
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FBbt_00111293 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC PN4 projection neuron
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral zone A of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and projects to the ipsilateral posterior lateral protocerebrum. The cell body is located near the midline. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111293
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FBbt_00111359 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-AL1 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located ventrally around the gnathal ganglion. It innervates the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and the subesophageal zone (SEZ) bilaterally, and the contralateral antennal lobe. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111359
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FBbt_00110632 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-IVLP projection neuron 1
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B and the projects to the contralateral inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110632
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FBbt_00110633 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-IVLP projection neuron 2
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral zones A of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and projects to the contralateral inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum. A small dorsal branch distinguishes this neuron class from AMMC-IVLP PN1 (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110633
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FBbt_00111354 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP projection neuron
Projection neuron that arborizes in both the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and in the ventrolateral protocerebrum (VLP). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111354
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FBbt_00111355 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP1 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located posteriorly to the ventrolateral protocerebrum (VLP). Ipsilaterally, it innervates the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and posterior VLP. It projects across the midline via the superior AMMC commissure to innervate the posterior VLP region. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111355
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FBbt_00111356 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP2 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located ventrolaterally to the gnathal ganglion. It innervates the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC), anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (VLP), wedge (inferior VLP) and the subesophageal zone (SEZ). A few neurites cross the midline in the ventral SEZ. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111356
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FBbt_00111357 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP3 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located ventrolaterally to the gnathal ganglion. It innervates the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC), anterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (VLP), wedge (inferior VLP) and the subesophageal zone (SEZ). It is a GABAergic neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111357
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FBbt_00111358 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP5 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located posteriorly to the ventrolateral protocerebrum (VLP). Ipsilaterally, it innervates the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC), wedge (IVLP) and anterior VLP. It projects across the midline via the superior AMMC commissure to innervate the anterior VLP region. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111358
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FBbt_00110634 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VLP7 projection neuron
Projection neuron that innervates the ipsilateral zone A of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and projects to the contralateral ventrolateral protocerebrum. These axonal terminals are not arborized (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110634
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FBbt_00110631 antennal mechanosensory and motor center AMMC-VNC projection neuron
Projection neuron that innervates both zones A and B of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and projects to the contralateral thoracico-abdominal ganglion. One branch innervates the contralateral AMMC zones A and B. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110631
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FBbt_00110113 antennal mechanosensory and motor center B projection neuron
Projection neuron that receives input in the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) zone B. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110113
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FBbt_00110120 antennal mechanosensory and motor center B1 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located dorsally to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The primary neurite projects medially and makes a steep turn ventrally to form two branches dorsal to the AMMC. The ventrolateral branch forms postsynaptic terminals in the AMMC zone B. The dorsal branch bifurcates in the ipsilateral epaulette, projecting above the esophagus, to form presynaptic terminals both the ipsilateral and the contralateral wedge. These neurons are activated by an acoustic stimuli and two subtypes can be recognized, AMMC-B1a and AMMC-B1b, which differ with respect to JO neuron connectivity and auditory response. The former responds to 100 Hz stimuli and the latter responds to 100 and 300 Hz stimuli (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110120
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FBbt_00110121 antennal mechanosensory and motor center B1a projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located dorsally to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and innervates the AMMC zone B and both the ipsilateral and the contralateral inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum (IVLP) regions. These neurons receive input in the AMMC zone B and establish presynaptic connections in the lateral region of the IVLP. These neurons are activated by an acoustic stimuli and are narrowly tuned to respond to 100 Hz stimuli (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110121
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FBbt_00110122 antennal mechanosensory and motor center B1b projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located dorsally to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and innervates the AMMC zone B and both the ipsilateral and the contralateral inferior ventrolateral protocerebrum (IVLP) regions. These neurons receive input in the AMMC zone B from Johnston's organ neurons and establish presynaptic connections in the lateral region of the IVLP. These neurons are activated by an acoustic stimuli and are broadly tuned to respond to 100, 300 Hz or pulse song stimuli (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110122
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FBbt_00110665 antennal mechanosensory and motor center B2 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located ventrally to the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The primary neurite extends posteriomedially, forming postsynaptic terminals in the medial surface of the ipsilateral zone B and zone E. It then crosses the midline fasciculating with the inferior AMMC commissure and extends into the medial side of AMMC zone B, forming presynaptic terminals. It is a GABAergic neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110665
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FBbt_00110978 antennal mechanosensory and motor center D1 projection neuron
Projection neuron whose cell body is located in the posterior brain, close to the superior posterior slope. It projects ipsilaterally to the posterior side of AMMC zone D, branching to form postsynaptic terminals in zones B, C, D and E. It then passes through the posterior side of the gnathal ganglion, extending into the dorsolateral region of the thoracico-abdominal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110978
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FBbt_00110873 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC anterolateral neuron
Neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the anteroventral region of the gnathal region. The primary neurite extends anteriomedially and turns sharply to form predominantly postsynaptic sites in the ipsilateral zone B and both post- and presynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral zone D of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). It is a GABAergic neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110873
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FBbt_00111294 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC anteromedial neuron
Local neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the ventral region of the gnathal region. The primary neurite innervates the ipsilateral zones C and E of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). It is a GABAergic neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111294
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FBbt_00111465 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC Bi1 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the anteromedial region of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The primary neurite extends posterioventrally to form predominantly postsynaptic sites in the ipsilateral AMMC zone B and presynaptic terminals in the ipsilateral zone C. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111465
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FBbt_00111466 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC Bi2 neuron
Ipsilateral neuron whose cell body is located in the cell body rind of the ventral region of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The primary neurite extends dorsally to innervate the ipsilateral AMMC zones B and E. Presynaptic terminals are found in both zones. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111466
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FBbt_00110629 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC-AMMC 1 neuron
Commissural projection neuron that innervates both the ipsi- and contralateral zones A and B of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). It expresses fruitless and it is a GABAergic neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110629
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FBbt_00110630 antennal mechanosensory and motor center local AMMC-AMMC 2 neuron
Projection neuron that innervates both antennal mechanosensory and motor centers (AMMC) with unequal fibre distributions between the two AMMC regions (Lai et al., 2012). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110630
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FBbt_00004020 giant fiber neuron
A large, descending neuron that controls jump escape behavior (GO:0007630). Each adult has a bilaterally symmetric pair of these neurons, each with a large cell body at the posterior of the protocerebrum and a long primary neurite (GO:0070852) that branches to forms an extensive dendritic tree in the brain and an axon that projects, via the cervical connective, to the mesothorax. Targets of dendritic arborization include the ipsilateral zones A and B of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) (Kamikouchi et al., 2009), the glomerular region of the posterior ventrolateral protocerebrum (PVLP) including the glomerulus targeted by LC4 neurons, the gorget and inferior clamp. In the mesothorax, the axon forms electrical synapses with tergotrochanteral muscle motor neuron (TTMn) and peripherally synapsing interneurons (PSI)) of the mesothorax that in turn synapse to the motor neurons of the dorso-longitudinal flight muscles. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00004020
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FBbt_00100003 gravity sensitive Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron (JON) that is tonically activated by aristal deflection and is necessary for normal gravitaxis behaviour. These neurons form a broad 'ring' in the medial and outer layers of the JON array (Kamikouchi et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100003
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FBbt_00111352 intrinsic antennal mechanosensory and motor center neuron
Interneuron that innervates only the adult antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111352
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FBbt_00100000 Johnston organ neuron
Scolopidial (mechanosensory) neuron of Johnston's organ. Its axon innervates the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). A small number of fibers also innervate the contralateral AMMC via the commissure of JON. Subset of JO neurons extend into the ventral region of the ventrolateral protocerebrum and posterior part of the subesophageal ganglion. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100000
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FBbt_00111644 Johnston organ neuron activated by antennal displacement
Johnston's organ neuron (JON) that is activated by a displacement of the antenna. The cell bodies of these neurons are located in two distinct clusters in the dorsal and ventral regions of the Johnston's organ. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111644
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FBbt_00100012 Johnston organ neuron tonically activated by arista deflection
Johnston's organ neuron whose response is maintained so long as unidirectional aristal deflection is sustained. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100012
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FBbt_00110161 octopaminergic VUMd1 neuron
Octopaminergic neuron of the VUMd cluster that exhibits a fan-shaped projection in the brain. Two laterally projecting neurites that originate in the ventral esophagus arborize in the ventrolateral protocerebrum, antennal nerve, the subesophageal ganglion and the antennal motor and mechanosensory center. A pair of descending axons project from the ventral esophagus into the cervical connective (Busch et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00110161
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FBbt_00100002 sound activated Johnston organ neuron
A Johnston organ neuron (JON) that is activated by near-field sound ranging from 19 Hz to 952 Hz, maximally at 90dB (Kamikouchi et al., 2009; Yorozu et al., 2009). These neurons are transiently (phasically) activated by the onset and offset of arista displacement. Cells preferentially activated by low-frequency vibration are loosely distributed as a ring in the middle layer of JON cell bodies. Higher frequencies preferentially activate JON neurons with cell bodies located mainly in the inner layer, directly surrounding the antennal nerve (Kamikouchi et al., 2006). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100002
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FBbt_00100004 wind sensitive Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron (JON) tonically activated by arista deflection and required for 'wind-induced suppression of locomotion' behaviour (WISL; Yorozu et al., 2009). The cell bodies of these neurons form a broad ring in the medial and outer layers of the JON array (Kamikouchi et al., 2006). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100004
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FBbt_00100008 zone A Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zone A of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The cell bodies of these neurons are located mainly in the inner layer of Johnston's organ, directly surrounding the antennal nerve. These neurons plays a role in hearing and are activated when stimulated with courtship song pulses (between 19-952Hz, 90dB). They are phasically activated, with the strongest activation by higher-frequency vibrations (Kamikouchi et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100008
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FBbt_00100009 zone B Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zone B of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The cell bodies of zone B Johnston organ neurons are distributed as a ring in the middle layer of cells within the Johnston's organ (Kamikouchi et al., 2006). These neurons plays a role in hearing and are activated when stimulated with courtship song pulses (between 19-952Hz, 90dB). They are is phasically activated, with stronger activation by low-frequency vibrations. They are required for the detection of the courtship song (Kamikouchi et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100009
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FBbt_00100010 zone C Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zone C of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The cell bodies of these neurons are co-mingled with those of zone E Johnston organ neurons, forming a broad ring mainly in the medial and outer layers of the Johnston's organ. These neurons show a tonic response to static deflections of the arista (Kamikouchi et al., 2009) and are involved in sensing air-flow (Yorozu et al., 2009), gravitational forces (Kamikouchi et al., 2009) and initiating antennal grooming (Hampel et al., 2015). Their response is strongest when the arista is displaced anteriorly, corresponding to air flow applied to the back of the head. They are required for wind-induced suppression of locomotion behaviour (WISL) (Yorozu et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100010
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FBbt_00111643 zone C/E Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zones C and E of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) and the ventral and posterior subesophageal zone. The cell bodies of these neurons are located in two distinct clusters in the dorsal and ventral regions of the Johnston's organ. These neurons show a response to displacements of the third segment of the antenna and are involved in initiating antennal grooming. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00111643
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FBbt_00100020 zone D Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zone D of the most posterior region of the ipsilateral antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC) with little arborization. The cell bodies of these neurons are distributed as a pair of clusters in JO. These neurons plays a role in hearing and are activated when stimulated with courtship song pulses. They are phasically activated, with the strongest activation by medium range-frequency vibrations. These neurons are also activated by an anterior deflection of the arista, corresponding to air flow applied to the back of the head, similarly to zone C Johnston organ neuron. More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100020
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FBbt_00100021 zone E Johnston organ neuron
Johnston's organ neuron that innervates zone E of the antennal mechanosensory and motor center (AMMC). The cell bodies of these neurons are co-mingled with those of zone C Johnston organ neurons, forming a broad ring mainly in the medial and outer layers of the Johnston's organ. These neurons show a tonic response to static deflections of the arista (Kamikouchi et al., 2009) and are involved in sensing air-flow (Yorozu et al., 2009), gravitational forces (Kamikouchi et al., 2009) and initiating antennal grooming (Hampel et al., 2015). Their response is strongest when the arista is displaced posteriorly, corresponding to air flow applied to the front of the head and are required for wind-induced suppression of locomotion behaviour (WISL) (Yorozu et al., 2009). More info - http://www.virtualflybrain.org/site/stacks/index.htm?id=FBbt_00100021
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