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Locomotor control by the central complex in Drosophila : An analysis of the tay bridge mutant

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Locomotor control by the central complex in Drosophila : An analysis of the tay bridge mutant

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POECK, Burkhard, Tilman TRIPHAN, Kirsa NEUSER, Roland STRAUSS, 2008. Locomotor control by the central complex in Drosophila : An analysis of the tay bridge mutant. In: Developmental Neurobiology. Wiley-Blackwell. 68(8), pp. 1046-1058. ISSN 1932-8451. eISSN 1932-846X. Available under: doi: 10.1002/dneu.20643

@article{Poeck2008-07Locom-52835, title={Locomotor control by the central complex in Drosophila : An analysis of the tay bridge mutant}, year={2008}, doi={10.1002/dneu.20643}, number={8}, volume={68}, issn={1932-8451}, journal={Developmental Neurobiology}, pages={1046--1058}, author={Poeck, Burkhard and Triphan, Tilman and Neuser, Kirsa and Strauss, Roland} }

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