Data from: Octopaminergic modulation of the visual flight speed regulator of Drosophila

Floris Van Breugel, Marie P. Suver & Michael H. Dickinson
Recent evidence suggests that flies' sensitivity to large-field optic flow is increased by the release of octopamine during flight. This increase in gain presumably enhances visually mediated behaviors such as the active regulation of forward speed, a process that involves the comparison of a vision-based estimate of velocity with an internal set point. To determine where in the neural circuit this comparison is made, we selectively silenced the octopamine neurons in the fruit fly Drosophila,...
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