Figure 9 - Development of the eb.
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R neuron axons first begin to form a ring-like neuropil recognizable at ~ 32 h APF, as shown for R4m and R2 neurons of line c819 (A) The number of neurons and the eb staining intensity increases (B), and the eb structure appears nearly complete by ~ 48 h APF (C). The small field eb neurons, shown for c161, also form a ring-like neuropil recognizable at ~ 36 h APF (D) that appears adult-like at ~ 48 h APF (E). The scale bar = 50 µm for all images.
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