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mushroom bodies integrate hunger and satiety signals to control innate food-seeking behavior
Chang-Hui Tsao et al.
Mushroom bodies are a hunger and satiety integrative center that controls food-seeking behavior in
Evolved differences in larval social behavior mediated by novel pheromones
Joshua D Mast et al.
A novel pheromone/receptor neuron pair mediates attraction between
larvae, and evolved differences in pheromone signaling underlie changes in social behavior between drosophilid species.
Activity of the
egg-laying behavior circuit is controlled by competing activation and feedback inhibition
Kevin M Collins et al.
The neural circuit that regulates egg-laying behavior in nematode worms is activated by egg production, coupled to the circuit that generates movement, and inhibited by sensory feedback from egg release.
Biochemistry and Chemical Biology
Sex-specific triacylglycerides are widely conserved in
and mediate mating behavior
Jacqueline SR Chin et al.
Triacylglycerides found in the males of 11 species of
form a largely overlooked, novel, sex-specific class of pheromones that act to suppress courtship behaviour.
Pro-social behavior in rats is modulated by social experience
Inbal Ben-Ami Bartal et al.
Rats show socially selective helping behavior based on familiarity with the type of rat, but not necessarily the individual rat.
Postictal behavioural impairments are due to a severe prolonged hypoperfusion/hypoxia event that is COX-2 dependent
Jordan S Farrell et al.
Local tissue hypoxia follows seizures, is responsible for postictal behavioural dysfunction rather than the seizures per se and can be treated.
Genetics and Genomics
Metagenomics: Social behavior and the microbiome
Jack A Gilbert
Computational and Systems Biology
Dynamic structure of locomotor behavior in walking fruit flies
Alexander Y Katsov et al.
A principled statistical segmentation of fruit fly walking leads to a compact model of immediate actions that can reproduce the unique behavioral sequences of individual flies.
AMPK acts as a molecular trigger to coordinate glutamatergic signals and adaptive behaviours during acute starvation
Moloud Ahmadi, Richard Roy
AMP-activated protein kinase directly coordinates glutamatergic signalling during starvation in
Developmental Biology and Stem Cells
Developmental evolution of the forebrain in cavefish, from natural variations in neuropeptides to behavior
Alexandre Alié et al.
A comparative approach shows that developmental evolution of neuropeptidergic neuronal groups in the hypothalamus of blind cavefish drives adaptive behavioral evolution.
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