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Early Metamorphic Insertion Technology for Insect Flight Behavior Monitoring

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10.3791/50901-v

July 12th, 2014

July 12th, 2014

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1Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, North Carolina State University

We present a novel surgical procedure to implant electrodes in Manduca sexta during its early metamorphic stages. This technique allows mechanically stable and electrically reliable coupling with the neuromuscular tissue to study flight neurophysiology dynamics. We also present a novel magnetic levitation platform for tethered studies of insect yaw.

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