Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons

Ache JM, Dürr V (2014)
Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology.

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Ache JM, Dürr V. Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology.
Ache, J. M., & Dürr, V. (2014). Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology
Ache, J. M., and Dürr, V. (2014).“Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons”. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology.
Ache, J.M., & Dürr, V., 2014. Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology
J.M. Ache and V. Dürr, “Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons”, Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology, Sapporo, Japan: 2014.
Ache, J.M., Dürr, V.: Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology (2014).
Ache, Jan Marek, and Dürr, Volker. “Proprioceptive descending interneurons in the stick insect antennal mechanosensory pathway – models and identified neurons”. Presented at the 11th International Congress of Neuroethology, Sapporo, Japan, 2014.

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