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|Title:||Some Factors Affecting Maze Behaviour of Drosophila melanogaster|
|Authors:||Pluthero, Gordon Frederick|
|Advisor:||H., S. F.|
|Abstract:||<p>Previous experiments done by other workers indicated that associative learning in a complex maze could be demonstrated to exist for flies of some strains of Drosophila melanogaster. The experiments of this study gave similar results for the Canton S strain, however results indicative of learning, whether they are actually due to discrimination learning or pseudolearning, are only obtained for flies run through a maze with olfactory cues present in the past. The behaviour observed is shown to vary between the strains (Canton S and black) used.</p>|
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