Photo-tropotaxis based on projection through the cerebral commissure in the terrestrial slug Limax

@article{Matsuo2014PhototropotaxisBO,
  title={Photo-tropotaxis based on projection through the cerebral commissure in the terrestrial slug Limax},
  author={Y. Matsuo and Nana Uozumi and R. Matsuo},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={2014},
  volume={200},
  pages={1023-1032}
}
In the terrestrial slug, Limax, eyes are located at the tip of the superior tentacles. This animal has long been believed to show negative phototaxis through tropotaxis, i.e., it compares the two light intensities detected by bilateral eyes to move away from a light source. As one of the possible manifestations of such negative phototaxis, a circling movement has been observed: if one of the superior tentacles is removed, the slugs continuously move in the direction of the removed side. However… Expand
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