interface glial cell [FBbt_00001311]

Neuropil associated glial cell of the larval ventral nerve cord that lies at the cell body rind/neuropil interface and sends processes along it. There are 7-8 interface glial cells per hemineuromere in the embryo and early larvae. The nuclei are slightly ellipsoidal. In larvae, the cells have flat cytoplasmic extensions perpendicular to the longitudinal axis, forming a cage-like structure that surrounds the neuropile. At embryonic stage 15 all of the interface glia are aligned dorsally in two rows above the longitudinal connectives. At early stage 16 two cells in the lateral row begin to move laterally, and one in the medial row moves ventrally along the medial border of the connectives neuropil, passing by the cluster of midline glial cells. The ventral and lateral interface glia occupy their final positions by early stage 17. Sometimes also referred to as longitudinal glia, due to their association with longitudinal connectives (Beckervordersandforth et al., 2008). The term ‘longitudinal glial cell’ FBbt:00110878 corresponds only to the progeny of longitudinal glioblasts (Ito et al., 1995), which is all interface glia in the embryonic VNC (Beckervordersandforth et al., 2008).

Open interface glial cell in VFB

VFB Term Json

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