Current progress in understanding the functions of the insect central complex

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PLATH, Jenny Aino, Andrew B. BARRON, 2015. Current progress in understanding the functions of the insect central complex. In: Current Opinion in Insect Science. 12, pp. 11-18. ISSN 2214-5745

@article{Plath2015Curre-33215, title={Current progress in understanding the functions of the insect central complex}, year={2015}, doi={10.1016/j.cois.2015.08.005}, volume={12}, issn={2214-5745}, journal={Current Opinion in Insect Science}, pages={11--18}, author={Plath, Jenny Aino and Barron, Andrew B.} }

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