Till Bockemühl, Ph.D.

Animal Physiology, Zoological Institute University of Cologne, Köln, Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany 
motor control, locomotion, invertebrates
"Till Bockemühl"
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Bidaye SS, Laturney M, Chang AK, et al. (2020) Two Brain Pathways Initiate Distinct Forward Walking Programs in Drosophila. Neuron
Dinges GF, Chockley AS, Bockemühl T, et al. (2020) Location and arrangement of campaniform sensilla in Drosophila melanogaster. The Journal of Comparative Neurology
Mantziaris C, Bockemühl T, Büschges A. (2020) Central Pattern Generating Networks in Insect Locomotion. Developmental Neurobiology
Szczecinski NS, Bockemühl T, Chockley AS, et al. (2018) Static stability predicts the continuum of interleg coordination patterns in . The Journal of Experimental Biology
Bidaye SS, Bockemühl T, Büschges A. (2017) Six-legged walking in insects: how CPGs, peripheral feedback, and descending signals generate coordinated and adaptive motor rhythms. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00658.2017
Mantziaris C, Bockemühl T, Holmes P, et al. (2017) Intra- and intersegmental influences among central pattern generating networks in the walking system of the stick insect. Journal of Neurophysiology. jn.00321.2017
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
Gruhn M, Rosenbaum P, Bockemühl T, et al. (2016) Body side-specific control of motor activity during turning in a walking animal. Elife. 5
Gruhn M, Rosenbaum P, Bockemühl T, et al. (2016) Author response: Body side-specific control of motor activity during turning in a walking animal Elife
Berendes V, Dübbert M, Bockemühl T, et al. (2013) A laser-supported lowerable surface setup to study the role of ground contact during stepping. Journal of Neuroscience Methods. 215: 224-33
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