Olfactory coding in the insect brain : data and conjectures


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GALIZIA, C. Giovanni, 2014. Olfactory coding in the insect brain : data and conjectures. In: European Journal of Neuroscience. 39(11), pp. 1784-1795. ISSN 0953-816X. eISSN 1460-9568

@article{Galizia2014-06Olfac-28482, title={Olfactory coding in the insect brain : data and conjectures}, year={2014}, doi={10.1111/ejn.12558}, number={11}, volume={39}, issn={0953-816X}, journal={European Journal of Neuroscience}, pages={1784--1795}, author={Galizia, C. Giovanni} }

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