The mind of a worm - Table of contents

The structure of the nervous 
system of the nematode Caenorhaditis elegans

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Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. London. Series B, Biol Scien. Vol.314, Issue 1165 (Nov 12, 1986), 1-340


Introduction Circuitry
Triangular patterns of connectivity
Gap junction circuitry
Functional classification of neuron classes
Sensory receptors
Interneurons
Motoneurons
Materials and methods
Electron microscopy
Reliability of data
Nomenclature
General description of C. elegans
Behaviour
Structure
Connectivity
Amphids
Other receptors in the head and their associated intrerneurons
Motoneurons in nerve ring
Motoneurons in ventral cord
Circuitry associated with neurons in the tail
The egg-laying circuitry
The nervous system
Organization of nervous system and musculature
Sensory transduction
Disposition of cell bodies and ganglia
Disposition of process tracts
Musculature
Basal lamina
Neurons
Branching structure Branch termination
Gap junctions
Chemical synapses
Neuromuscular junctions
The organization of processes within bundles


Conclusions
Process placement
Synaptic specificity
Nervous system function

References

The asterisks -eg (*a)- in neuron pages refer to the EM section shown on the reciprocal neuron page (WA editors)

Appendix 1
Appendix 2
Appendix 3

MoW Table Guide (by WA editors)



Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London (1986) 314:1-340.
Web adaptation, Thomas Boulin, for Wormatlas, 2002