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  • Whole-brain maps of the fruit fly reveal neurons involved in certain behaviors, such as (clockwise from top left) walking, stopping, jumping, female chasing, altering wing angle, wing grooming, wing extension, and backing up. Colors represent the degree of correlation between groups of neurons and specific behaviors, from blue (lower correlation) to red (higher correlation).
    Robie et al./Cell 2017
    Whole-brain maps of the fruit fly reveal neurons involved in certain behaviors, such as (clockwise from top left) walking, stopping, jumping, female chasing, altering wing angle, wing grooming, wing extension, and backing up. Colors represent the degree of correlation between groups of neurons and specific behaviors, from blue (lower correlation) to red (higher correlation).
  • Inside the center of the female fruit fly brain, two small regions (red) play a role in aggression.
    Robie et al./Cell 2017
    Inside the center of the female fruit fly brain, two small regions (red) play a role in aggression.




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