Flies Require Bilateral Sensory Input to Track Odor Gradients in Flight

@article{Duistermars2009FliesRB,
  title={Flies Require Bilateral Sensory Input to Track Odor Gradients in Flight},
  author={Brian J. Duistermars and Dawnis M. Chow and Mark A. Frye},
  journal={Current Biology},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={1774-1775}
}
(Current Biology 19, 1301–1307; August 11, 2009) In this article, the authors inadvertently reversed the right and left Johnston’s organ (JO) manipulation labeling in Figure 3. This error does not influence the key finding that flies require JO feedback to orient toward an odor. However, the requirement is for the ipsilateral rather than the contralateral JO, which is in fact consistent with previous analyses of JO-dependent wind orientation in flight. In the text of the article, all references… CONTINUE READING

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