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'''Amphid neuron''' is a neuron in Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).
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The '''Amphid neuron''' is a neuron in Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).
 
== Basic information ==
 
== Basic information ==
 
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The Amphid neuron is a neuron in Caenorhabditis elegans (C. elegans).

Basic information

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Amphid Neurons: are sensory neurons; specifically chemosensory neurons which C.elegans use to sense chemicals. As a result of what these tiny animals sense, they can either decide to move toward the chemical (as with chemical attractants), away from the chemical (as with chemical repellants), or not at all...

Anatomy

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  • Where is the Cell body located?
  • What is the axon projection pattern?
  • How many neurons of this type are there in the nervous system?

Molecular profile

  • Neurotransmitter: ____________
  • Unique molecular markers: ______________

Physiology

Synaptic Connections

Synaptic Inputs

Synaptic Outputs

Spiking properties

Behavior

References

  1. Author1 FM,Author2 FM (year) Title, Journal, vol: pages. PMID.
  2. Author1 FM,Author2 FM (year) Title, Journal, vol: pages. PMID.


Additional information

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