Olfactory coding in the insect brain: data and conjectures

@inproceedings{Galizia2014OlfactoryCI,
  title={Olfactory coding in the insect brain: data and conjectures},
  author={C. Giovanni Galizia},
  booktitle={The European journal of neuroscience},
  year={2014}
}
Much progress has been made recently in understanding how olfactory coding works in insect brains. Here, I propose a wiring diagram for the major steps from the first processing network (the antennal lobe) to behavioral readout. I argue that the sequence of lateral inhibition in the antennal lobe, non-linear synapses, threshold-regulating gated spring network, selective lateral inhibitory networks across glomeruli, and feedforward inhibition to the lateral protocerebrum cover most of the… CONTINUE READING
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