Ten thousand neurons linked to behaviors in fly

New view of brain reveals functions of specific cells

THERE IS A SEASON  A larval fly will turn and then turn again when researchers activate two neurons in its brain (yellow, top).

Courtesy of J.W. Truman and H. Li

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