Publication List Department Götz

1996

Posters (8):

Strauss R and 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

Theses (1):

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

1995

Articles (4):

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
Götz KG (June-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila. I. Conversion of the retinal image into a stack of sensory maps; hereditary defects. International Centre for Theoretical Physics Triest-Triest.
CiteID: 1181
Götz KG (June-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila. II. Flight control by evaluation of the movements of figure and ground. International Centre for Theoretical Physics Triest-Triest.
CiteID: 1182
Götz KG (June-9-1995) Processing of visual input in the fruitfly Drosophila. III. Functional flexibility; search and choice. International Centre for Theoretical Physics Triest-Triest.
CiteID: 1183

Posters (4):

Krapp HG and 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 and Strauss R (March-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
Krapp HG and Hengstenberg R (1995): Comparison between optic fields and response fields of visual interneurons in the lobula plate of the blowfly Calliphora.(In:Learning and Memory, ed.by Elsner,N. and Menzel, R.).
pdfCiteID: 1301
Hengstenberg R (1995): Gain differences of gaze stabilizing head movements, elicited by wide-field pattern motions, demonstrate in wildtype and mutant Drosophila, the importance of HS-and VS-Neurons in the third visual neuropile, for the control of turning behaviour.(In: Nervou.
pdfCiteID: 1302

1994

Articles (3):

Nalbach G and Hengstenberg R (December-1994) The halteres of the blowfly Calliphora. II. Three-dimensional organization of compensatory reactions to real and simulated rotations Journal of Comparative Physiology A 175(6) 695-708.
CiteID: 1299
Nalbach G (July-1994) Extremely non-orthogonal axes in a sense organ for rotation: Behavioural analysis of the dipteran haltere system Neuroscience 61(1) 149–163.
CiteID: Nalbach1994
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