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Distinct ipRGC subpopulations mediate light’s acute and circadian effects on body temperature and sleep
Alan C Rupp et al.
Daily fluctuations versus transient perturbations in environmental light influence behavior and physiology through distinct circuits.
Experience, circuit dynamics, and forebrain recruitment in larval zebrafish prey capture
Claire S Oldfield et al.
Experience strengthens hunting in larval zebrafish by recruiting the forebrain to increase the prey-evoked activity in visual areas and trigger motor activity and prey capture.
Learning steers the ontogeny of an efficient hunting sequence in zebrafish larvae
Konstantinos Lagogiannis et al.
Early hunting experience modifies the kinematics of hunting in larval zebrafish to increase the probability of successfully capturing live prey.
Neuronal connectome of a sensory-motor circuit for visual navigation
Nadine Randel et al.
Three-dimensional mapping of the neural circuitry that controls movement of a marine worm in response to light provides insights into the evolution of complex visual systems.
Non-thalamic origin of zebrafish sensory nuclei implies convergent evolution of visual pathways in amniotes and teleosts
Solal Bloch et al.
Mesencephalic origin of the zebrafish thalamocortical-like visual projection neurons indicates independent evolution of tectofugal visual pathways in amniotes and teleosts.
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