Abteilung Evolutionäre Neuroethologie

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2016
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Roy, A.; Walker III, W. B.; Vogel, H.; Kushwaha, S. K.; Chattington, S.; Larsson, M. C.; Anderson, P.; Heckel, D. G.; Schlyter, F.: Data set for diet specific differential gene expression analysis in three Spodoptera moths. Data in Brief 8, S. 448 - 455 (2016)
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Rybak, J.; Talarico, G.; Ruiz, S.; Arnold, C.; Cantera, R.; Hansson, B. S.: Synaptic circuitry of identified neurons in the antennal lobe of Drosophila melanogaster. The Journal of Comparative Neurology 524 (9), S. 1920 - 1956 (2016)
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Sachse, S.; Beshel, J.: The good, the bad, and the hungry: how the central brain codes odor valence to facilitate food approach in Drosophila. Current Opinion in Neurobiology 40, S. 53 - 58 (2016)
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Zwaka, H.; Münch, D.; Manz, G.; Menzel, R.; Rybak, J.: The circuitry of olfactory projection neurons in the brain of the honeybee, Apis mellifera. Frontiers in Neuroanatomy 10, 90 (2016)

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2016
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Baker, T. C.; Hansson, B. S.: Moth Sex Pheromone Olfaction Flux and Flexibility in the Coordinated Confluences of Visual and Olfactory Pathways. In: Pheromone communication in moths: Evolution, Behavior, and application, S. 139 - 171 (Hg. Allison, J. D.; Cardé, . T.). University of California press, Ewing (2016)
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Hansson, B. S.; Wicher, D.: Chemical ecology in insects. In: Chemosensory Transduction: The Detection of Odors, Tastes, and Other Chemostimuli, S. 29 - 45 (Hg. Zufall, F.; Munger, S.). Academic press, London (2016)
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Rybak, J.: Perspective-brain atlases for studying neuronal circuitry in arthropods. In: Structure and Evolution of Invertebrate Nervous Systems, S. 411 - 418 (Hg. Schmidt-Rhaesa, A.; Harzsch, S.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2016)
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Sachse, S.; Hansson, B. S.: Research spotlight: Olfactory coding in Drosophila melanogaster. In: Structure and Evolution of Invertebrate Nervous Systems, S. 640 - 645 (Hg. Schmidt-Rhaesa, A.; Harzsch, S.; Purschke, G.). Oxford University Press, Oxford (2016)
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Wicher, D.; Miazzi, F.: Big tasks for small flies: signaling cascades may help insects to detect faint odor traces (invited article summary about: Miazzi F, Hansson BS, Wicher D (2016) Odor-induced cAMP production in Drosophila melanogaster olfactory sensory neurons. Journal of Experimental Biology, 219(12), 1798-1803). In: Atlas of Science (2016)

Film (1)

2016
Film
Hansson, B. S.: How Do Insects Use Their Sense of Smell and How Does It Function? (2016)
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