Published in Blood Weekly, April 24th, 2008
"We found that selection of egg- laying site in Drosophila melanogaster is a suitable system to probe the neural circuit that governs simple decision- making processes. First, Drosophila females pursue active probing of the environment before depositing each egg, apparently to evaluate site quality for every egg. Second, Drosophila females can either accept or reject a sucrose- containing medium, depending on the...
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