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Light Preference Assay to Study Innate and Circadian Regulated Photobehavior in Drosophila Larvae

DOI :

10.3791/50237-v

April 20th, 2013

April 20th, 2013

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1Department of Biology, Institute of Cell and Developmental Biology, University of Fribourg

Here we describe a light-dark preference test for Drosophila larva. This assay provides information about innate and circadian regulation of light sensing and processing photobehavior.

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