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Visual Control of Walking Speed in Drosophila (Neuron)

During navigation, animals regulate both rotation and translation. Creamer et al. investigate how visual motion cues regulate walking speed in Drosophila. They find that orientation and walking speed are stabilized by algorithms with distinct tunings but employ overlapping circuitry. Digg Facebook Google StumbleUpon Twitter
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