*Seminar Series: QBI Neuroscience Seminar
*Location: QBI Auditorium
*Date: 06/09/2017
*Time: 11:00

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*Title of talk: The Neurobiology of Drosophila Mating Behaviour
*Speaker's name: Professor Barry Dickson
*Speaker's organisation: Queensland Brain Institute
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Talk Abstract: The behavioural rituals that animals perform as they seek out their mates provide ideal models to study the neural control complex goal-directed behaviours. They are innate, robust, and sexually dimorphic, reflecting the activation of genetically-determined sexually-dimorphic circuits. I will present our current understanding of the neural circuits that control mating in Drosophila, which include sexually-dimorphic components for sensory integration, decision-making, and action selection.
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*Host name: d.wilson
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*Host email: d.wilson5@uq.edu.au