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Structural organization of the mormyrid electrosensory lateral line lobe
Journal of Experimental Biology
The electrosensory lateral line lobe (ELL) of mormyrid teleosts is the first central stage in electrosensory input processing. It is a well-developed structure with six main layers, located in the roof of the rhombencephalon. Its main layers are, from superficial to deep, the molecular, ganglionic, plexiform, granular, intermediate and deep fiber layers. An important input arises from electroreceptors, but corollary electromotor command signals and proprioceptive, mechanosensory lateral linepmid:10210669 fatcat:5z2kmh6qzbel7brhuyrb5oe2bi