Roy Ritzmann

Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
"Roy Ritzmann"
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Cross-listing: Biomechanics Tree - BME Tree

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Wosnitza A, Martin JP, Pollack AJ, et al. (2022) The Role of Central Complex Neurons in Prey Detection and Tracking in the Freely Moving Praying Mantis (). Frontiers in Neural Circuits. 16: 893004
Pickard SC, Bertsch DJ, Le Garrec Z, et al. (2021) Internal state effects on behavioral shifts in freely behaving praying mantises (Tenodera sinensis). Plos Computational Biology. 17: e1009618
Bertsch DJ, Martin JP, Svenson GJ, et al. (2019) Predatory behavior changes with satiety or increased insulin levels in the praying mantis (). The Journal of Experimental Biology
Szczecinski NS, Getsy AP, Martin JP, et al. (2017) Mantisbot is a robotic model of visually guided motion in the praying mantis. Arthropod Structure & Development
Varga AG, Kathman ND, Martin JP, et al. (2017) Spatial Navigation and the Central Complex: Sensory Acquisition, Orientation, and Motor Control. Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience. 11: 4
Varga AG, Ritzmann RE. (2016) Cellular Basis of Head Direction and Contextual Cues in the Insect Brain. Current Biology : Cb
Szczecinski NS, Getsy AP, Bosse JW, et al. (2016) MantisBot uses minimal descending commands to pursue prey as observed in Tenodera sinensis Lecture Notes in Computer Science (Including Subseries Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence and Lecture Notes in Bioinformatics). 9793: 329-340
Martin JP, Guo P, Mu L, et al. (2015) Central-Complex Control of Movement in the Freely Walking Cockroach. Current Biology : Cb. 25: 2795-803
Szczecinski NS, Martin JP, Bertsch DJ, et al. (2015) Neuromechanical model of praying mantis explores the role of descending commands in pre-strike pivots. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 10: 065005
Daltorio KA, Mirletz BT, Sterenstein A, et al. (2015) How cockroaches exploit tactile boundaries to find new shelters. Bioinspiration & Biomimetics. 10: 065002
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