[FUN_Mail] Fwd: Another classic paper

Webster, Sarah via FUN_Mail fun_mail at lists.funfaculty.org
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My favorite in the "oldies but goodies"
"Eye-Specific Termination Bands in the Tecta of Three-Eyed Frogs"
Martha Constantine-Patten and Margaret Law
Science 202:10 Nov 10 1978

Who can resist pictures of frogs with three eyes?
And a science paper with two women authors from 1978,
Oh, yeah, and an elegant piece of evidence for axonal competition for
target neurons!

-Sarah Webster

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> Here is a recent paper that could become a classic:
>
> M. Papadopoulou, S. Cassenaer, T. Nowotny, G. Laurent
> Normalization for sparse encoding of odors by a wide-field interneuron
> Science, 332 (2011), pp. 721–725
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> A tour de force including behavior (olfactory perception in locusts),
> anatomy, computer simulations, recordings and memory formation. I am
> attaching a commentary from Current Biology on it (free distribution).
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