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Analysis of Circadian Photoresponses in Drosophila Using Locomotor Activity

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January 1st, 1970

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1Department of Biology, University of Nevada Reno

Drosophila locomotor activity is a robust and quantitative measurement of circadian photo-responses. We describe protocols for designing behavior experiments for circadian photo-responses and analyzing the data. Studying the circadian photo-responses is important for dissecting the neuronal and molecular mechanisms of light entrainment.

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