## Results of T-maze experiments (yellow light)

on Monday, August 19th, 2019 1:43 | by kader semiz

T- maze experiments were done with Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines without ATR (n=28) and with ATR (n=28). We have done all experiments which belong to Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1lines. End of all experiments with them; the ATR ones seem like tend to escape from the yellow light as shown at the graph. NO ATR ones seem like moving more randomly.

On the other hand 5 different groups (THD’-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR, THD1-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR and W[1118]x NorpA/Crimson). Group1 (n=10) Group2(n=11) Group3(n=9) Group4 (n=10) Group5(n=9). Still, we don’t know that the which lines belong to which groups. The graph shows the PI numbers according to the T-maze experiments that we have done.

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## T-Maze

on Tuesday, August 13th, 2019 9:44 | by kader semiz

T- maze experiments were done with Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines without ATR (n=18) and with ATR (n=22) and 5 different groups (THD’-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR, THD1-GAL4xNorpA/Crimson with and without ATR and W[1118]x NorpA/Crimson). Group1 (n=4) Group2(n=4) Group3(n=3) Group4 (n=3) Group5(n=1)We don’t know that the which lines belong to which groups to make the process more reliable. The graph shows the PI numbers according to the T-maze experiments that we have done.

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## The FPGA does not measure at the preset 60hz, but rather at 60.41hz

on Monday, August 12th, 2019 3:23 | by Anders Eriksson

Time [s] | 100 | 200 | 300 | 400 | 500 |

Nr of datapoints | 6040 | 12082 | 18124 | 24164 | 30205 |

Hz | 60,41 | 60,41 | 60,41333 | 60,41 | 60,4 |

At a set frequence of 60Hz the FPGA overshoots the measurement with .41hz. For a 25 minute experiment as above this means an extra 10.25 seconds.

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## Results of T-maze experiments

on Monday, August 5th, 2019 12:55 | by kader semiz

T-maze experiments were done with Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines without ATR (n=14) and with ATR (n=15) and. The graph shows the PI numbers according to the T-maze experiments that we have done.

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## Stripe Deviation of flies

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Norpa/Crimson x Gr28bd/TrpA1 lines waited in vials which two of them include ATR and other two not. After doing T- maze experiment (at yellow light) their wings were clipped and next day Buridan test was done with them. This graph shows the stripe deviation of experimented flies. ATR dark(n=3), ATRlight(n=3),NoATRdark(n=4),NoATRlight(n=5). The result shows that experimented flies could not see and their motions were random.

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## No pattern in time difference spikes, but they seem to coincide with timediff decreases

on Tuesday, July 30th, 2019 10:38 | by Anders Eriksson

The histogram plotting the time differences in the data collection from the FPGA showed that an absolute majority of the data was collected with the set frequency, 60hz. There were a few outliers from these 16ms and to find out if these spikes occurred with any kind of pattern I plotted the time differences over time. While the increases seems to appear seemingly random, most time diff increases also seem to be accompanied with a time diff decrease.

## Periods without laser has more data collection points

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## Increasing data accuracy for FPGA software

on Monday, July 29th, 2019 1:54 | by Anders Eriksson

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## Heat shock

on Monday, July 22nd, 2019 12:39 | by Andreas Ehweiner

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## t- mase experiments results of first five experiments

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