Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents

Goldammer J, Dürr V (2018)
Arthropod Structure & Development 47(5): 465-481.

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Like several other arthropod species, stick insects use their antennae for tactile exploration of the near-range environment and for spatial localisation of touched objects. More specifically, Carausius morosus continuously moves its antennae during locomotion and reliably responds to antennal contact events with directed movements of a front leg. Here we investigate the afferent projection patterns of antennal hair fields (aHF), proprioceptors known to encode antennal posture and movement, and to be involved in antennal movement control. We show that afferents of all seven aHF of C. morosus have terminal arborisations in the dorsal lobe (DL) of the cerebral (=supraoesophageal) ganglion, and descending collaterals that terminate in a characteristic part of the gnathal (=suboesophageal) ganglion. Despite differences of functional roles among aHF, terminal arborisation patterns show no topological arrangement according to segment specificity or direction of movement. In the DL, antennal motoneuron neurites show arborizations in proximity to aHF afferent terminals. Despite the morphological similarity of single mechanoreceptors of aHF and adjacent tactile hairs on the pedicel and flagellum, we find a clear separation of proprioceptive and exteroceptive mechanosensory neuropils in the cerebral ganglion. Moreover, we also find this functional separation in the gnathal ganglion
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Arthropod Structure & Development
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Goldammer J, Dürr V. Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents. Arthropod Structure & Development. 2018;47(5):465-481.
Goldammer, J., & Dürr, V. (2018). Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents. Arthropod Structure & Development, 47(5), 465-481. doi:10.1016/j.asd.2018.07.001
Goldammer, J., and Dürr, V. (2018). Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents. Arthropod Structure & Development 47, 465-481.
Goldammer, J., & Dürr, V., 2018. Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents. Arthropod Structure & Development, 47(5), p 465-481.
J. Goldammer and V. Dürr, “Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents”, Arthropod Structure & Development, vol. 47, 2018, pp. 465-481.
Goldammer, J., Dürr, V.: Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents. Arthropod Structure & Development. 47, 465-481 (2018).
Goldammer, Jens, and Dürr, Volker. “Proprioceptive input to a descending pathway conveying antennal postural information. Terminal organisation of antennal hair field afferents”. Arthropod Structure & Development 47.5 (2018): 465-481.

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