Data from: Social foraging extends associative odor-food memory expression in an automated learning assay for Drosophila melanogaster

Aarti Sehdev, Yunusa Mohammed, Cansu Tafrali & Paul Szyszka
Animals socially interact during foraging and share information about the quality and location of food sources. The mechanisms of social information transfer during foraging have been mostly studied at the behavioral level, and its underlying neural mechanisms are largely unknown. Fruit flies have become a model for studying the neural bases of social information transfer, because they provide a large genetic toolbox to monitor and manipulate neuronal activity, and they show a rich repertoire of...
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