The optomotor maze paradigm: a high-throughput assay to study visual perception in Drosophila mutants

Evans, O., Paulk, A. and van Swinderen, B. (2009). The optomotor maze paradigm: a high-throughput assay to study visual perception in Drosophila mutants. In: Visual Processing in Insects: From Anatomy to Behavior II. Janelia Farm Research Conference on Visual Processing in Insects: From Anatomy to Behavior, Janelia Farm, Virginia, USA, (). 17 - 20 May, 2009.


Author Evans, O.
Paulk, A.
van Swinderen, B.
Title of paper The optomotor maze paradigm: a high-throughput assay to study visual perception in Drosophila mutants
Conference name Janelia Farm Research Conference on Visual Processing in Insects: From Anatomy to Behavior
Conference location Janelia Farm, Virginia, USA
Conference dates 17 - 20 May, 2009
Proceedings title Visual Processing in Insects: From Anatomy to Behavior II
Publication Year 2009
Sub-type Oral presentation
Language eng
Subjects 06 Biological Sciences
Q-Index Code EX
Q-Index Status Provisional Code
Institutional Status Unknown

Document type: Conference Paper
Collection: Queensland Brain Institute Publications
 
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