on Monday, July 22nd, 2019 10:38 | by Ottavia Palazzo
on Thursday, July 18th, 2019 10:45 | by Ottavia Palazzo
on Friday, July 12th, 2019 2:40 | by Ottavia Palazzo
on Friday, July 5th, 2019 11:44 | by Ottavia Palazzo
on Friday, June 14th, 2019 10:54 | by Ottavia Palazzo
on Friday, May 17th, 2019 12:00 | by Ottavia Palazzo
The previous cell count was done considering only the central brain. Here I included the VNC in order to have a more complete information
on | by Ottavia Palazzo
Unfortunately it looks like it is impossible for me to recognize cell bodies. I can only see neuropil, therefore I can not look for colocalizations.
on Friday, May 10th, 2019 4:20 | by Anders Eriksson
The optomotor stimulus consists of a striped arena with panoramic vertical stripes rotating horizontally around the vertical, or yaw axis. Depending on the spatial wavelenght (or spatial frequency, SF) the fly’s optomotor response (OR) is changing supposedly to reach a maximum between 20-40°
(with a pattern motion of 0° ) . As the panoramic stripes are rotating a tethered fly will actively steer in the direction of the motion. After its maximum the OR gradually decreases with an increasing spatial frequency to finally reach 0 around 9.6-6.3°. A tendency to negative/reversed OR has been observed as the SF reaches 6.3°.
This experiment has been shown before in 1976 by E. Buchner, Elementary movement detectors in an insect visual system. Bioi Cybern 24:85- 101, Figure 8 page 93. Attaching Figure 8 as a reference.