Data from: The function and organization of the motor system controlling flight maneuvers in flies

Theodore H. Lindsay, Anne Sustar, Michael H. Dickinson, Theodore Lindsay & Michael Dickinson
Animals face the daunting task of controlling their limbs using a small set of highly constrained actuators. This problem is particularly demanding for insects such as Drosophila, which must adjust wing motion for both quick voluntary maneuvers and slow compensatory reflexes using only a dozen pairs of muscles. To identify strategies by which animals execute precise actions using sparse motor networks, we imaged the activity of a complete ensemble of wing control muscles in intact,...
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