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Neural pathways encoding polarisation-compass information

The locust has proved a valuable model system for studies of how neural circuits encode and represent compass information in insects brains. Here, the authors continue this project with details of a circuit which may be involved in the time-of-day dependent interpretation of polarised light information.

Basil el Jundi and Uwe Homberg (2010) “Evidence for the possible existence of a second polarization-vision pathway in the locust brain” Journal of Insect Physiology. 56, 971-979

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