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Journal Article (8)

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    Journal Article
    Barth, M.; Schultze, M.; Schuster, C.; Strauss, R.: Circadian Plasticity in Photoreceptor Cells Controls Visual Coding Efficiency in Drosophila melanogaster. PLoS One 5 (2), pp. 1 - 10 (2010)
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    Journal Article
    Schuster, S.; Strauss, R.; Götz, K.: Virtual-reality techniques resolve the visual cues used by fruit flies to evaluate object distances. Current Biology 12, pp. 1591 - 1594 (2002)
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    Journal Article
    Strauss, R.; Götz, K.; Renner, M.: Task-specific association of photoreceptor systems and steering parameters in Drosophila. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 187, pp. 617 - 632 (2001)
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    Journal Article
    Callaerts, P.; Leng S, Clements J, Clements J, Cribbs D, Kang YY, Walldorf U, Fischbach, K.; Strauss, R.: Drosophila Pax-6/eyeless is essential for normal adult brain structure and function. Journal of Neurobiology 46, pp. 73 - 88 (2001)
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    Journal Article
    Strauss, R.: Persistence of orientation toward a temporarily invisible landmark in Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 182, pp. 411 - 423 (1998)
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    Journal Article
    Strauss, R.; Schuster, S.; Götz, K.: Processing of artificial visual feedback in the walking fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster. Journal of Experimental Biology 200, pp. 1281 - 1296 (1997)
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    Journal Article
    Varnam, C.; Strauss, R.; de Belle, J.; Sokolowski, M.: Larval behavior of Drosophila central complex mutants:internations between no bridge, foraging and chaser. Journal of Neurogenetics 11, pp. 99 - 115 (1997)
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    Journal Article
    Varnam, C.; Strauss, R.; de Belle, J.; Sokolowski, M.: Larval behavior of Drosophila central complex mutants: Interactions between no bridge, foraging, and chaser. Journal of Neurogenetics 11, pp. 99 - 115 (1996)

Book Chapter (1)

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    Book Chapter
    Strauss, R.: Automatische Diagnose genetisch bedingter Laufanomalien der Fliege Drosophila bei freier Bewegung in realer oder virtueller Umgebung. In: (1998)

Conference Paper (1)

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    Conference Paper
    Strauss, R.; Renner, M.; Götz, K.: The color-coding system of the photopic receptors R 7+8 in Drosophila supports object fixation. New Neuroethology on the Move. Proceedings of the 26th Goettingen Neurobiology Conference. New Neuroethology on the Move. Proceedings of the 26th Goettingen Neurobiology Conference, (1998)

Poster (10)

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    Poster
    Leng, S.; Strauss, R.: Ethograms of three Drosophila mutant strains with structural defects in the protocerebral bridge. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1998)
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    Poster
    Strauss, R.; Renner, M.; Götz, K.: The color-coding system of the photopic receptors R 7+8 in Drosophila supports object fixation. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1998)
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    Poster
    Wannek, U.; Strauss, R.: How flies perform turns - high resolution statistical analyses in normal and brain-defectiveDrosophila melanogaster. 26th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1998)
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    Poster
    Leng, S.; Strauss, R.: 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, Göttingen, Germany (1997)
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    Poster
    Strauss, R.; Trinath, T.; Leng, S.: Right-left bargaining in the central complex: lessons from unilaterally defective Drosophila mosaic mutants. 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1997)
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    Poster
    Wannek, U.; Strauss, R.: Turning strategies of the walking fly, Drosophila melanogaster, and impairments thereof in the brain defective mutant no bridge. 25th Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1997)
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    Poster
    Leng, S.; Strauss, R.: A new walking impaired Drosophila mutant has a structural defect in the protocerebral bridge of the central complex. (1996)
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    Poster
    Strauss, R.; Trinath, T.: Is walking in a straight line controlled by the central complex? Evidence from a new Drosophila mutant. (1996)
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    Poster
    Wannek, U.; Strauss, R.: A fast method of examining turning behavior in Drosophila. (1996)
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    Poster
    Schuster, S.; Götz, K.; Strauss, R.: Distance-dependent response to competing visual stimuli discloses an interactive component of visual perception in Drosophila. 23rd Göttingen Neurobiology Conference, Göttingen, Germany (1995)
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