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Veronica Hughes

Fruit fly neurons in taste aversion behavior 

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medical illustration of Fruit flies use a number of pharyngeal neurons to detect bitter, acid, or high salt compounds. This combinatorial coding of neurons allows for aversive behavior.
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Fruit flies use a number of pharyngeal neurons to detect bitter, acid, or high salt compounds. This combinatorial coding of neurons allows for aversive behavior.

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