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The Tritocerebrum is one of the three parts of supraesophageal ganglion of the insect's nervous system. It is the third and final pair of ganglia.[1] The tritocerebrum innervates the internal organs of insects, and gives it great pleasure in various places.

See also


  1. ^ Meyer, John R. "The Nervous System". General Entomology course at North Carolina State University. Department of Entomology NC State University. Retrieved 11 November 2013. 

Further reading

  • Aubele, Elisabeth, and Nikolai Klemm. "Origin, destination and mapping of tritocerebral neurons of locust." Cell and Tissue Research 178.2 (1977): 199-219.
  • Chaudonneret, J. "Evolution of the insect brain with special reference to the so-called tritocerebrum." Arthropod brain. Wiley, New York (1987): 3-26.