Evidence for velocity-tuned motion-sensitive descending neurons in the honeybee.

@article{Ibbotson2001EvidenceFV,
  title={Evidence for velocity-tuned motion-sensitive descending neurons in the honeybee.},
  author={Michael R. Ibbotson},
  journal={Proceedings. Biological sciences},
  year={2001},
  volume={268 1482},
  pages={2195-201}
}
Behavioural experiments suggest the existence of two functionally distinct movement-sensitive pathways in honeybees: one mediates optomotor behaviour, consisting of reflexive turning responses preventing deviations from course, and the other controls flight speed. The first consists of direction-selective neurons responding optimally to a particular temporal frequency of motion, regardless of the pattern's spatial structure. The temporal frequency dependence matches the temporal tuning of the… CONTINUE READING

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