Sasha N. Zill

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Marshall University, Huntington, WV, United States 
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Neuroscience Biology
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Szczecinski NS, Dallmann CJ, Quinn RD, et al. (2021) A computational model of insect campaniform sensilla predicts encoding of forces during walking. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics
Zill SN, Dallmann CJ, Szczecinski N, et al. (2021) Evaluation of force feedback in walking using joint torques as 'naturalistic' stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology
Harris CM, Dinges GF, Haberkorn A, et al. (2020) Gradients in mechanotransduction of force and body weight in insects. Arthropod Structure & Development. 58: 100970
Zill SN, Dallmann CJ, Büschges A, et al. (2018) Force dynamics and synergist muscle activation in stick insects: the effects of using joint torques as mechanical stimuli. Journal of Neurophysiology
Zill SN, Neff D, Chaudhry S, et al. (2017) Effects of force detecting sense organs on muscle synergies are correlated with their response properties. Arthropod Structure & Development
Berendes V, Zill SN, Büschges A, et al. (2016) Speed-dependent interplay between local pattern-generating activity and sensory signals during walking in Drosophila. The Journal of Experimental Biology
Zill SN, Chaudhry S, Büschges A, et al. (2015) Force feedback reinforces muscle synergies in insect legs. Arthropod Structure & Development
Zill SN, Chaudhry S, Exter A, et al. (2014) Positive force feedback in development of substrate grip in the stick insect tarsus. Arthropod Structure & Development. 43: 441-55
Zill SN, Chaudhry S, Büschges A, et al. (2013) Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development. 42: 455-67
Zill SN, Schmitz J, Chaudhry S, et al. (2012) Force encoding in stick insect legs delineates a reference frame for motor control. Journal of Neurophysiology. 108: 1453-72
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