Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment

Kimmerle B, Eickermann J, Egelhaaf M (2000)
The journal of experimental biology 203(11): 1723-1732.

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Kimmerle B, Eickermann J, Egelhaaf M. Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment. The journal of experimental biology. 2000;203(11):1723-1732.
Kimmerle, B., Eickermann, J., & Egelhaaf, M. (2000). Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment. The journal of experimental biology, 203(11), 1723-1732.
Kimmerle, B., Eickermann, J., and Egelhaaf, M. (2000). Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment. The journal of experimental biology 203, 1723-1732.
Kimmerle, B., Eickermann, J., & Egelhaaf, M., 2000. Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment. The journal of experimental biology, 203(11), p 1723-1732.
B. Kimmerle, J. Eickermann, and M. Egelhaaf, “Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment”, The journal of experimental biology, vol. 203, 2000, pp. 1723-1732.
Kimmerle, B., Eickermann, J., Egelhaaf, M.: Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment. The journal of experimental biology. 203, 1723-1732 (2000).
Kimmerle, Bernd, Eickermann, Judith, and Egelhaaf, Martin. “Object fixation by the blowfly during tethered flight in a simulated three-dimensional environment”. The journal of experimental biology 203.11 (2000): 1723-1732.
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