By P. D. Evans
Insect body structure is at present present process a revolution with the elevated program of molecular organic thoughts to enquire the molecular mechanisms underlying the physiological responses to insect cells. Advances in Insect body structure has instituted a dedication to the booklet of top of the range studies on molecular biology and molecular genetics in components the place they supply an elevated knowing of physiological procedures in bugs. quantity 24 is the 1st to incorporate such particularly sought articles.
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A question raised is what is the selective pressure due to the evolution of the flight motor system? In their opinion fusion of the first three abdominal HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEMS OF ARTHROPODA 35 ganglia with the metathoracic ganglion occurred to reduce the conduction time between the components of the flight motor system. Remarkably, in spite of gross changes in ganglionic morphology, the principal shape of serially homologous neurones remains unaffected. Even such a functional “need”, if it ever existed, appears to be insufficient to transform the structural characteristics of the respective cells.
In their opinion fusion of the first three abdominal HOMOLOGOUS STRUCTURES IN THE NERVOUS SYSTEMS OF ARTHROPODA 35 ganglia with the metathoracic ganglion occurred to reduce the conduction time between the components of the flight motor system. Remarkably, in spite of gross changes in ganglionic morphology, the principal shape of serially homologous neurones remains unaffected. Even such a functional “need”, if it ever existed, appears to be insufficient to transform the structural characteristics of the respective cells.
One interganglionic interneurone, the interneurone 201, is present as a serial homologue in the pro- and mesothoracic segment. It connects the posterior dorsal region of the proand mesothoracic neuropile with the most dorsal neuropile in the anterior two-thirds of the meso- and metathoracic ganglion, respectively. This neurone is found also in both the first and the second abdominal ganglion, where it possesses contralateral projections. Four sets of neurones were described as serial homologues in the metathoracic and the first abdominal ganglia (interneurones 501, 504, 401) or in the first abdominal ganglion (interneurone 503).
Advances in Insect Physiology, Vol. 24 by P. D. Evans