Peripheral visual function in the fly
Receptors and peripheral neurons of the dipteran visual system have been studied in the flies, Calliphora stygia (wild type), Musca domestica (white-eyed mutant) and Calliphora erythrocephala (chalky mutant), principally by means of intracellular recording. Recordings were made from: the large peripheral retinula cells, Rl-6; the small, central, retinula cells, R7 and R8; and the large monopolar cells (LMC' s), Ll, L2 and L4. Representatives of each cell type were identified by...[Show more]
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