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1995

Articles (3):

Egelhaaf M and Borst A (June-1995) Calcium accumulation in visual interneurons of the fly: Stimulus dependence and relationship to membrane potential Journal of Neurophysiology 73(6) 2540-2552.
CiteID: 622
Brotz TM, Egelhaaf M and Borst A (March-1995) A preparation of the blowfly (Calliphora erythrocephala) brain for in vitro electrophysiological and pharmacological studies Journal of Neuroscience Methods 57(1) 37-46.
CiteID: 619
Borst A, Egelhaaf M and Haag J (March-1995) Mechanisms of dendritic integration underlying gain control in fly motion-sensitive interneurons Journal of Computational Neuroscience 2(1) 5-18.
CiteID: 618

Talks (1):

Zanker JM and Volz H (August-1995) Abstract Talk: Spatial localisation of contrast-modulated patterns, 18th European Conference on Visual Perception, Tübingen, Germany, Perception, 24(ECVP Abstract Supplement) 41.
CiteID: ZankerV1994

1993

Articles (8):

Egelhaaf M and Borst A (November-1993) A look into the cockpit of the fly: Visual orientation, algorithms, and identified neurons Journal of Neuroscience 13(11) 4563-4574.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1993
Platzwahl DR, Zanker JM and Altenmüller EO (April-1993) Cortical potentials in humans reflecting the direction of object motion NeuroReport 4(4) 379-382.
CiteID: PlatzwahlZA1993
Egelhaaf M and Borst A (April-1993) Motion computation and visual orientation in flies Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Physiology 104(4) 659-673.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1993_2
Zanker JM and Quenzer T (March-1993) Long-lasting oscillations in motion-sensitive neurons driven by the movement of high-contrast gratings Naturwissenschaften 80(3) 134–137.
CiteID: ZankerQ1993
Zanker JM (March-1993) Theta motion: a paradoxical stimulus to explore higher order motion extraction Vision Research 33(4) 553-569.
CiteID: Zanker1993
Warzecha A-K, Egelhaaf M and Borst A (February-1993) Neural circuit tuning fly visual interneurons to motion of small objects I: Dissection of the circuit by pharmacological and photoinactivation techniques Journal of Neurophysiology 69(2) 329-339.
CiteID: WarzechaEB1993
Egelhaaf M, Borst A, Warzecha A-K, Flecks S and Wildemann A (February-1993) Neural circuit tuning fly visual neurons to motion of small objects II: Input organization of inhibitory circuit elements revealed by electrophysiological and optical recording techniques Journal of Neurophysiology 69(2) 340-351.
CiteID: EgelhaafBWFW1993
Zanker JM and Mohn G (January-1993) On the development of motion perception in human infants Clinical Vision Sciences 8(1) 63-71.
CiteID: ZankerM1993

Contributions to books (2):

Borst A and Egelhaaf M: Detecting visual motion: theory and models, 3-27. In: Visual Motion and its Role in the Stabilization of Gaze, (Ed) F.A. Miles, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (1993).
CiteID: BorstE1993
Egelhaaf M and Borst A: Movement detection in arthropods, 53-77. In: Visual Motion and its Role in the Stabilization of Gaze, (Ed) F.A. Miles, Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, (1993).
CiteID: EgelhaafB1993_3

Posters (2):

Patzwahl D, Zanker JM and Altenmüller E (August-1993): Human motion perception: DC-potentials are related to signal-to-noise ratio, Sixteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Edinburgh, UK, Perception, 22(ECVP Abstract Supplement) 95.
CiteID: PatzwahlZA1993
Zanker JM (August-1993): Perceived speed for simulation with Fourier and theta motion, Sixteenth European Conference on Visual Perception, Edinburgh, UK, Perception, 22(ECVP Abstract Supplement) 87-88.
CiteID: Zanker1993_2

1992

Articles (6):

Zanker J, Mohn G, Weber U, Zeitler-Driess K and Fahle M (August-1992) The development of vernier acuity in human infants Vision Research 32(8) 1557–1564.
CiteID: ZankerMWZF1992
Warzecha A-K, Borst A and Egelhaaf M (July-1992) Photo-ablation of single neurons in the fly visual system reveals neural circuit for the detection of small moving objects Neuroscience Letters 141(1) 119–122.
CiteID: WarzechaBE1992
Haag J, Egelhaaf M and Borst A (June-1992) Dendritic integration of motion information in visual interneurons of the blowfly Neuroscience Letters 140(2) 173–176.
CiteID: HaagEB1992
Borst A and Egelhaaf M (May-1992) In vivo imaging of calcium accumulation in fly interneurons as elicited by visual motion stimulation Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 89(9) 4139-4143.
CiteID: BorstE1992
Egelhaaf M and Borst A (May-1992) Is there a separate control system mediating a “centering response” in honeybees? Naturwissenschaften 79(5) 221–223.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1992
Egelhaaf M and Borst A (February-1992) Are there separate ON and OFF channels in fly motion vision? Visual Neuroscience 8(2) 151-164.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1992_2

Posters (1):

Zanker JM (September-1992): Paradoxical motion stimuli (theta-motion) realized as periodic gratings, Fifteenth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1992), Pisa, Italy, Perception, 21(Supplement 2) 45-56.
CiteID: Zanker2016

1991

Articles (2):

Quenzer T and Zanker JM (September-1991) Visual detection of paradoxical motion in flies Journal of Comparative Physiology A 169(3) 331–340.
CiteID: QuenzerZ1991
Zanker JM, Egelhaaf M and Warzecha A-K (August-1991) On the coordination of motor output during visual flight control of flies Journal of Comparative Physiology A 169(2) 127–134.
CiteID: ZankerEW1991

Talks (1):

Zanker JM (August-1991) Abstract Talk: Effects of nonlinear preprocessing on the spatial limits of motion detection, Fourteenth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1991), Vilnius, Lithuania, Perception, 20(1) 78.
CiteID: Zanker1991

1990

Articles (7):

Borst A and Egelhaaf M (December-1990) Direction selectivity of blowfly motion-sensitive neurons is computed in a two-stage process Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 87(23) 9363-9367.
CiteID: BorstE1990
Borst A (October-1990) Landen ohne Lotsen: Über den neuronalen Auslösemechanismus der Landereaktion von Fliegen Biologie in unserer Zeit 20(5) 245–250.
CiteID: Borst1990
Stocker RF, Lienhard MC, Borst A and Fischbach KF (October-1990) Neuronal architecture of the antennal lobe in Drosophila melanogaster Cell and Tissue Research 262(1) 9–34.
CiteID: StockerLBF1990
Egelhaaf M and Borst A (August-1990) Bewegungswahrnehmung und visuelle Orientierung bei Fliegen Naturwissenschaften 77(8) 366-377.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1990
Egelhaaf M (April-1990) Spatial interactions in the fly visual system leading to selectivity for small-field motion Naturwissenschaften 77(4) 182–185.
CiteID: Egelhaaf1990
Egelhaaf M, Borst A and Pilz B (February-1990) The role of GABA in detecting visual motion Brain Research 509(1) 156–160.
CiteID: EgelhaafBP1990
Zanker JM (January-1990) On the directional sensitivity of motion detectors Biological Cybernetics 62(3) 177–183.
CiteID: Zanker1990

Conference papers (1):

Reichardt W (1990) Movement detection and figure-ground discrimination In: From neuron to action: An appraisal of fundamental and clinical research, , International Symposium "From Neuron to Action" 1988, Springer, Berlin, Germany, 267-276.
CiteID: 1648

Talks (1):

Zanker JM (September-1990) Abstract Talk: Perception of drift-balanced and paradoxical motion stimuli, Thirteenth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1990), Paris, France, Perception, 19(3) 330-331.
CiteID: Zanker1990_2

1989

Articles (7):

Borst A (November-1989) Temporal processing of excitatory and inhibitory motion stimuli in the fly's landing system Naturwissenschaften 76(11) 531–534.
CiteID: Borst1989
Egelhaaf M (November-1989) Visual afferences to flight steering muscles controlling optomotor responses of the fly Journal of Comparative Physiology A 165(6) 719–730.
CiteID: Egelhaaf1989
Reichardt W, Egelhaaf M and Guo A-K (September-1989) Processing of figure and background motion in the visual system of the fly Biological Cybernetics 61(5) 327-345.
CiteID: 1649
Borst A and Egelhaaf M (August-1989) Principles of visual motion detection Trends in Neurosciences 12(8) 297-306.
CiteID: BorstE1989
Egelhaaf M, Borst A and Reichardt WE (July-1989) Computational structure of a biological motion-detection system as revealed by local detector analysis in the fly's nervous system Journal of the Optical Society of America A 6(7) 1070-1087.
CiteID: 1650
Egelhaaf M, Borst A and Reichardt WE (January-1989) The nonlinear mechanism of direction selectivity in the fly motion detection system Naturwissenschaften 76(1) 32-35.
CiteID: 1651
Egelhaaf M and Borst A (January-1989) Transient and steady-state response properties of movement detectors Journal of the Optical Society of America A 6(1) 116-127.
CiteID: EgelhaafB1989

Talks (1):

Zanker JM (September-1989) Abstract Talk: How illusory contours may stimulate motion detectors, Twelfth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1989), Zichron Yaakov, Israel, Perception, 18(4) 503-504.
CiteID: Zanker1989

1988

Articles (9):

Reichardt W and Schlögl RW (November-1988) A two dimensional field theory for motion computation: First order approximation, translatory motion of rigid patterns Biological Cybernetics 60(1) 23-35.
CiteID: 1652
Zanker JM (September-1988) How does lateral abdomen deflection contribute to flight control of Drosophila melanogaster? Journal of Comparative Physiology A 162(5) 581–588.
CiteID: Zanker1988
Egelhaaf M, Hausen K, Reichardt WE and Wehrhahn C (August-1988) Visual course control in flies relies on neuronal computation of object and background motion Trends in Neurosciences 11(8) 351-358.
CiteID: 1378
Reichardt WE, Egelhaaf M and Schlögl RW (June-1988) Movement detectors provide sufficient information for local computation of 2-D velocity field Naturwissenschaften 75(6) 313-315.
CiteID: 1655
Feiler R, Harris WA, Kirschfeld K, Wehrhahn C and Zuker CS (June-1988) Targeted misexpression of a Drosophila opsin gene leads to altered visual function Nature 333(6175) 737-741.
CiteID: 1307
Borst A and Bahde S (May-1988) Spatio-temporal integration of motion: A simple strategy for safe landing in flies The Science of Nature 75(5) 265–267.
CiteID: BorstB1988
Reichardt W and Egelhaaf M (April-1988) Properties of individual movement detectors as derived from behavioural experiments on the visual system of the fly Biological Cybernetics 58(5) 287-294.
CiteID: 1656
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