Neurons that Control Social States in Drosophila melanogaster

Yonil Jung
Animal behaviors are influences not only by the immediate stimuli they are receiving but also by internal states. Internal states such as fear, hunger, and arousal can change subjective "feeling", and result in complex behavioral outcome even if animals receive the same stimuli. In most cases, these state-dependent behavioral changes persist long after the sensory input that caused internal state change is removed, and affect future behavior, reflexing previous experience. This feature of state-control allows...
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