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Understanding the behavior of fly larvae from neural activities in their isolated central nervous system

Understanding the behavior of fly larvae. AoS

You may have heard about “The brain in a vat”, the philosophical scenario which talks about simulated reality and conceptions. It may sound bizarre and unrealistic. However, larval fruit fly neuroscientists literally perform the experiment to understand

When young are more conspicuous than adults: a case in frogs

One frog species, Clinotarsus alticola, described in 1870 was well known by its tadpole that bears remarkable characteristics (a relative large size, several large pairs of glands whose the most conspicuous lies behind the eyes, patches of