Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs

Dürr V (1999)
In: Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., 27. 212-212.

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oscillation; FREQUENCY; POSITION; PROBABILITY; HAND; TIME; LINE; leg; Head; running; retargeting; Animals; Work; Information; coordination; Spatiotemporal; AEP; Stick Insect; Searching movements; Antenna; Antennal movements; Front Leg; Carausius; Locomotion; Walking; insect; Antennae; legs; Environment; body; ant; Hexapod; Stepping; Rhythm; movement; Middle Leg; Anterior extreme position; tarsus; Animal; touch; tactile; appendage; hind leg; Posture; Behaviour
Erscheinungsjahr
1999
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf.
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27
Seite(n)
212-212
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1681323

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Dürr V. Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs. In: Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. Vol 27. 1999: 212-212.
Dürr, V. (1999). Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs. Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., 27, 212-212.
Dürr, V. (1999). “Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs” in Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., vol. 27, 212-212.
Dürr, V., 1999. Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs. In Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. no.27 pp. 212-212.
V. Dürr, “Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs”, Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., vol. 27, 1999, pp.212-212.
Dürr, V.: Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs. Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. 27, p. 212-212. (1999).
Dürr, Volker. “Spatial searching strategies of the stick insect, using antennae and front legs”. Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. 1999.Vol. 27. 212-212.

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