SICB 2013 Meeting, San Francisco, January 3-7, 2013

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Session Listing

Session 17

Neurobiology: Neuroethology
Day: Friday, Jan. 4, 8:00 am - Noon
Room: Continental Ballroom 9

Chairs: Mark A. Willis, Duane McPherson

  DaySessionTimeRoom#Author(s)Title
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.1 MUNK, Y*; WILKINSON, S; DANIEL, TLHawkmoths of Endor: Navigational decision policies for obstacle navigation in Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.2 ROS, I.G.*; BIEWENER, A.A.Potential control inputs for aerial turning in the pigeon 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
08:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.3 THEOBALD, J. C.*; CABRERA, SFlying fruit flies correct for visual sideslip using motion parallax cues 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.4 VAN BREUGEL, F*; DICKINSON, MForaging for food: multimodel sensory fusion in freely flying fruit flies. 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.5 ZAMORE, S*; LAMARCA, E; DANIEL, TLMosquitoes do not track warm plumes in the absence of CO2  
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
09:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.6 MONGEAU, J.-M.*; SPONBERG, S.N.; FULL, R.J.Unit responses from antenna in cockroaches generate control input predicted from control-theoretic model of wall following 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
10:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.7 DEORA, T.*; SINGH, A.K.; SANE, S.P.A general mechanical model of the Dipteran thorax 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
10:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.8 ELZINGA, M. J.*; DICKINSON, M. H.Stroke features involved in the stabilization of longitudinal forward flight in flies 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:00  Continental Ballroom 9 17.9 KRISHNAN, A.*; SANE, S.P.Antennal positioning in flying hawk moths 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:20  Continental Ballroom 9 17.10 SIMPSON, GM*; WILLIS, MAThe Effect of Loss of Sensory Input from the Tegula on the Flight Behavior and Muscle Activation Patterns of the moth Manduca sexta 
  Friday, Jan. 4  17
Neurobiology: Neuroethology
11:40  Continental Ballroom 9 17.11 MALEC, A.M.; WILLIS, M.A.*Overlap between the fore and hind wings in the moth Manduca sexta is different associated with sex and weight in free flight. 




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