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Prof. Dr. Karl Georg Götz
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2002

Artikel (1):

Schuster S, Strauss R und Götz KG (September-2002) Virtual-Reality Techniques Resolve the Visual Cues Used by Fruit Flies to Evaluate Object Distances Current Biology 12(18) 1591-1594.
CiteID: 1932

2001

Artikel (3):

Strauss R, Götz KG und Renner M (Oktober-2001) Task-specific association of photoreceptor systems and steering parameters in Drosophila Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187(8) 617-632.
CiteID: 869
Krapp HG, Hengstenberg R und Egelhaaf M (Februar-2001) Binocular Contributions to Optic Flow Processing in the Fly Visual System Journal of Neurophysiology 85(2) 724-734.
CiteID: 43
Callaerts P, Leng S, Clements J, Benassayag C, Cribbs D, Kang YY, Walldorf U, Fischbach K-F und Strauss R (Februar-2001) Drosophila Pax-6/eyeless is essential for normal adult brain structure and function Journal of Neurobiology 46(2) 73-88.
CiteID: 33

Poster (2):

Berndt I, Wascher E, Franz VH, Götz KG und Bülthoff HH (Dezember-2001): The effect of mirrored visual feedback on the EEG correlates of pointing direction, First Annual Meeting of the Vision Sciences Society (VSS 2001), Sarasota, FL, USA, Journal of Vision, 1(3) 318.
pdfCiteID: 1163
Berndt I, Wascher E, Franz VH, Götz KG und Bülthoff HH (März-2001): Lateralisierung der hirnelektrischen Aktivität während Zielbewegungen mit gespiegeltem Blickfeld, 4. Tübinger Wahrnehmungskonferenz (TWK 2001), Tübingen, Germany.
pdfCiteID: 57

1999

Abschlussarbeiten (1):

Leng S: Histologische und verhaltensphysiologische Untersuchungen zur Funktion der Protocerebralbrücke in normalen und erblich gestörten Fliegen (Drosophila melanogaster)., (1999). PhD thesis
CiteID: 462

1998

Artikel (5):

Hengstenberg R (April-1998) Biological sensors: Controlling the fly's gyroscopes Nature 392(6678) 757-758.
CiteID: 235
Krapp HG, Hengstenberg B und Hengstenberg R (April-1998) Dendritic structure and receptive-field organization of optic flow processing interneurons in the fly. Journal of Neurophysiology 79(4) 1902-1917.
CiteID: 241
Strauss R und Pichler J (April-1998) Persistence of orientation toward a temporarily invisible landmark in Drosophila melanogaster Journal of Comparative Physiology A 182(4) 411-423.
CiteID: 258
Hengstenberg R (März-1998) Visual processing: How to know where to go Nature 392(6673) 231-232.
CiteID: 236
Armstrong JD, de Belle JS, Wang Z und Kaiser K (1998) Metamorphosis of the mushroom bodies; large scale rearrangements of the neural substrates for associative learning and memory in Drosophila. Learning & Memory 5 102-114.
CiteID: 147

Poster (5):

Leng S und Strauss R (Mai-1998): Ethograms of three Drosophila mutant strains with structural defects in the protocerebral bridge, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 281
Wannek U und Strauss R (Mai-1998): How flies perform turns: High resolution statistical analyses in normal and brain-defective Drosophila melanogaster, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 335
Strauss R, Renner M und Götz KG (Mai-1998): The color-coding system of the photopic receptors R 7+8 in Drosophila supports object fixation, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 1013
Strauss R, Renner M und Götz KG (Mai-1998): The color-coding system of the photopic receptors R 7+8 in Drosophila supports object fixation, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 1195
Franz MO, Hengstenberg R und Krapp HG (Mai-1998): VS-neurons as matched filters for self-motion-induced optic flow fields, 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: New Neuroethology on the Move, Göttingen, Germany.
pdfCiteID: 276

1997

Artikel (5):

Guo A und Götz KG (Juli-1997) Association of visual objects and olfactory cues in Drosophila Learning & Memory 4(2) 192-204.
CiteID: 362
Strauss R, Schuster S und Götz KG (Mai-1997) Processing of artificial visual feedback in the walking fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster Journal of Experimental Biology 200(9) 1281-1296.
CiteID: 381
Stocker RF, Heimbeck G, Gendre N und de Belle JS (April-1997) Neuroblast ablation in Drosophila P[GAL4] lines reveals origins of olfactory interneurons Journal of Neurobiology 32(5) 443-456.
CiteID: 380
Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (Februar-1997) A fast stimulus procedure to determine local receptive field properties of motion-sensitive visual interneurons. Vision Research 37(2) 225-234.
CiteID: 367
Varnam C, Strauss R, de Belle JS und Sokolowski M (1997) Larval behavior of Drosophila central complex mutants:internations between no bridge, foraging and chaser. Journal of Neurogenetics 11 99-115.
CiteID: 382

Beiträge zu Tagungsbänden (1):

Hengstenberg R (1997) In memoriam Werner Reichardt 1924-1992 In: Biophysics of photoreception: Molecular and phototransductive events, , International School of Biophysics 1994, World Scientific, Singapore, 15-19.
pdfCiteID: 1304

Poster (5):

Leng S und Strauss R (Mai-1997): Impaired step lengths common to three unrelated Drosophila mutant lines with common brain defects confirm the involvement of the protocerebral bridge in optimizing walking speed, 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: From Membrane to Mind, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 410
Renner M und Götz KG (Mai-1997): Optomotor force control within the wingbeat cycle of Drosophila, 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: From Membrane to Mind, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 1194
Strauss R, Trinath T und Leng S (Mai-1997): Right-left bargaining in the central complex: lessons from unilaterally defective Drosophila mosaic mutants, 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: From Membrane to Mind, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 426
Wannek U und Strauss R (Mai-1997): Turning strategies of the walking fly, Drosophila melanogaster, and impairments thereof in the brain defective mutant no bridge, 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: From Membrane to Mind, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 436
Schuster S (Mai-1997): Walking speed of fruitflies under conditions of artificial visual feedback, 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: From Membrane to Mind, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 422

1996

Artikel (7):

Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (Dezember-1996) Estimation of self-motion by optic flow processing in single visual interneurons. Nature 384(6608) 463-466.
CiteID: 525
Varnam CJ, Strauss R, de Belle JS und Sokolowski MB (Dezember-1996) Larval behavior of Drosophila central complex mutants: interactions between no bridge, foraging, and Chaser Journal of Neurogenetics 11(1-2) 99-115.
CiteID: 543
Lehmann F-O und Götz KG (September-1996) Activation phase ensures kinematic efficacy in flight-steering muscles of Drosophila melanogaster Journal of Comparative Physiology A 179(3) 311-322.
CiteID: 526
de Belle JS und Heisenberg M (September-1996) Expression of Drosophila mushroom body mutations in alternative genetic backgrounds: a case study of the mushroom body miniature gene (mbm) Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 93(18) 9875-9880.
CiteID: 446
Dickinson MH und Götz KG (September-1996) The wake dynamics and flight forces of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster Journal of Experimental Biology 199(9) 2085-2104.
CiteID: 447
Heide G und Götz KG (August-1996) Optomotor control of course and altitude in Drosophila melanogaster is correlated with distinct activities of at least three pairs of flight steering muscles Journal of Experimental Biology 199(8) 1711-1726.
CiteID: 517
Stange G und Hengstenberg R (Februar-1996) Tri-axial, real-time logging of fly head movements Journal of Neuroscience Methods 64(2) 209-218.
pdfCiteID: 539

Poster (8):

Wannek U und Strauss R (Mai-1996): A fast method of examining turning behavior in Drosophila, 24th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: Brain and Evolution, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 598
Schuster S und Götz KG (Mai-1996): Internal representation of targets during visual search in the fly Drosophila?, 24th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: Brain and Evolution, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 591
Schuster S und Götz KG (Mai-1996): Internal representation of targets during visual search in the fly Drosophila?, 24th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: Brain and Evolution, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 1193
Leng S und Strauss R (1996): A new walking impaired Drosophila mutant has a structural defect in the protocerebral bridge of the central complex., Brain and Evolution, Vol. II, (Eds.) N. Elsner, H.-U. Schnitzler. Thieme, Stuttgart 134.
CiteID: 580
Hengstenberg R und Krapp HG (1996): Distribution of roll motion sensitivity in the eyes of Calliphora: a comparison between neurons and behaviour., Brain and Evolution, Vol. II, (Eds.) N. Elsner, H.U. Schnitzler. Thieme, Stuttgart 1996 349.
pdfCiteID: 574
Wulf J, de Belle JS und Helfrich-Förster C (1996): Do mushroom bodies mediate circadian locomotor activity rhythms in Drosophila?, In: Brain and Evolution, Vol. I, (Eds.) N. Elsner and H.-U. Schnitzler. Thieme, Stuttgart 29.
CiteID: 599
de Belle JS und Heisenberg M (1996): Genetic, neuroanatomical and behavioral analyses of the mushroom-body-miniature gene in Drosophila melanogaster., J. Neurogenet., 10 24.
CiteID: 567
Strauss R und Trinath T (1996): Is walking in a straight line controlled by the central complex? Evidence from a new Drosophila mutant., In: Brain and Evolution, Vol. II, (Eds.) N. Elsner and H.-U. Schnitzler. Thieme, Stuttgart 135.
CiteID: 592

Abschlussarbeiten (1):

Schuster S: Repräsentation visueller Objekte beim Suchlauf der Fliege Drosophila, Eberhard-Karls-Universität Tübingen, (1996). PhD thesis
CiteID: 613

1995

Artikel (1):

de Belle JS (August-1995) Drosophila mushroom body subdomains - innate or learned representations of odor preference and sexual orientation. Neuron 15(2) 245-247.
CiteID: 621

Beiträge zu Tagungsbänden (3):

Götz KG (Juni-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila I: Conversion of the retinal image into a stack of sensory maps, hereditary defects, Antonio Borsellino College on Neurophysics : the Processing and Use of Sensory Information in Biological Systems, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 1-6.
CiteID: 1181
Götz KG (Juni-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila II: Flight control by evaluation of the movements of figure and ground, Antonio Borsellino College on Neurophysics : the Processing and Use of Sensory Information in Biological Systems, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 1-7.
CiteID: 1182
Götz KG (Juni-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila III: Functional flexibility; search and choice, Antonio Borsellino College on Neurophysics : the Processing and Use of Sensory Information in Biological Systems, International Centre for Theoretical Physics, Trieste, Italy, 1-5.
CiteID: 1183

Poster (4):

Krapp HG und Hengstenberg R (September-1995): Filter neurons for specific optic flow patterns in the fly's visual systems, 4th International Congress of Neuroethology, Cambridge, UK.
pdfCiteID: 1303
Schuster S, Götz KG und Strauss R (März-1995): Distance-dependent response to competing visual stimuli discloses an interactive component of visual perception in Drosophila, 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference: Learning and memory, Göttingen, Germany.
CiteID: 1192
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