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Journal of comparative neurology

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Title: Journal of comparative neurology
Year: 1913 (1910s)
Authors: Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology
Subjects: Neurology Comparative neurobiology Neurology Medicine
Publisher: Philadelphia, Pa. : Wistar Institute of Anatomy and Biology
Contributing Library: MBLWHOI Library
Digitizing Sponsor: MBLWHOI Library

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FIGURES The outlines of figures 32 to 40 were drawn with the camera, but the fibertracts are reconstructed from drawings of other sections. These figures, therefore, represent diagrams of the mushroom body fiber tractsas if seen ija optical section. 32 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the queen of Camponotuspennsylvanicus. 33 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the worker of C. pennsylvanicus. 34 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the male of C. pennsylvanicus. 35 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the queen of Formica schauf ussi. 36 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the worker of F. schaufussi. 37 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the male of F. schaufussi. 38 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the queen of Lasius niger. 39 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the worker of Lasius niger. 40 The fiber tracts of the mushroom bodies of the male of Lasius niger. 570 BRAINS OF THREE GENERA OF ANTS CAROLINE BURLING THOMPSON
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THE ORIGIN OF THE LATERAL LINE PRIMORDIA INLEPIDOSTEUS OSSEUS^ F. L. LANDACRE AND A. C. CONGER THIRTY-FOTJR FIGURES CONTENTS Introduction 576 Historical review 577 Material and method 582 The 10-mm. embryo (general) 583 Early stages 584 The preauditory region 587 a. The preauditory placode ,..-. 588 b. The ectodermal gill thickening ■••■•,• 590 c. The epibranchial placode 591 d. The posterior extension of the epibranchial placode 592 e. The primordia of supra-orbital and infra-orbital sensory lines 593 f. The primordium of the hyo-mandibular line 596 The postauditory region 597 Stage XIII 598 Stage XIV 600 Stage XV 600 Stage XVI 601 Stage XVII 602 Stage XVIII 603 Stage XIX 603 Stage XXI 604 Summary and discussion 608 The preauditory region 608 The postauditory region 611 Literature cited 616 1 Contributions from The Department of Zoology of the Ohio State Univer-sity, No. 37. 575 THE JOURNAL OP COMPARATIVE NEUROLOaT, VOL. 23, NO. 6 576 F. L. LANDACRE AND A. C. CONGER INTRO

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