Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation?

Dürr V, Egelhaaf M (1998)
In: Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., 26(I). 133-133.

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Motion adaptation; Calcium dependency; HS-Cells; Calliphora; fly; BAPTA; CELL; Receptive field; H1-Cell; interneuron; response; ganglion; Visual Interneuron; TIME; input; Time constant; stimulus; after-hyperpolarisation; Intracellular recording; Motion Detection; stimulation; optical imaging; increase; calcium; RECORDINGS; direction; MECHANISM; presynaptic; INTRACELLULAR-RECORDINGS; membrane potential; interneurons; membrane; Adaptation; Lobula plate
Erscheinungsjahr
1998
Titel des Konferenzbandes
Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf.
Band
26
Ausgabe
I
Seite(n)
133-133
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/1681339

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Dürr V, Egelhaaf M. Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation? In: Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. Vol 26. 1998: 133-133.
Dürr, V., & Egelhaaf, M. (1998). Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation? Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., 26, 133-133.
Dürr, V., and Egelhaaf, M. (1998). “Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation?” in Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., vol. 26, 133-133.
Dürr, V., & Egelhaaf, M., 1998. Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation? In Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. no.26 pp. 133-133.
V. Dürr and M. Egelhaaf, “Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation?”, Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf., vol. 26, 1998, pp.133-133.
Dürr, V., Egelhaaf, M.: Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation? Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. 26, p. 133-133. (1998).
Dürr, Volker, and Egelhaaf, Martin. “Is there a dendritic mechanism underlying visual motion adaptation?”. Proc.Göttingen.Neurobiol.Conf. 1998.Vol. 26. 133-133.

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