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Here, three paired clusters of 1–3 neurons each, labeled by the antibody against acetylated tubulin from 60% of development onward, pioneer the longitudinal cords (Fig. Two neurons located in the tail of the animal, PVPR and AVG, project anteriorly and lay down the trajectory for the ventral cords. grasshopper can do many things, like walking and jumping, WITHOUT its The first two segments form the cheliceres (“pincers” for grasping food) and the pedipalps (leg-like tactile organs in spiders; claws with pincers in scorpions), respectively (Fig. (2013). The Developmental Biology, 100(1), 64–119. (E) Schematic drawing of C. elegans larva (lateral view; anterior to the left), illustrating pattern of differentiated larval neurons (small elements) and progenitors of adult-specific neurons/epidermis (blast cells; large circles). Some insects are Developmental Biology, 386(1), 252–263. (2015). 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