Venue:Room A222,Science Building A
Speaker:Prof.Kentaro Arikawa ( Neuroethology,SOKENDAI-Hayama,Japan)
Title:Neuroethology of butterfly color vision
Papilio butterflies use color vision when searching for flowers to get nectar. Their color vision is tetrachromatic based on the R-G-B plus UV-sensitive photoreceptors: the resulting wavelength discrimination ability even rivals ours. How does the wavelength information at the photoreceptors turn into "colors" in the brain? I will introduce how we have addressed the question and what the scientists may enjoy further.
Contact: Azusa Kamikouchi (kamikouchi.azusa.r4<at>f.mail.nagoya-u.ac.jp (<at>→@)）
★GTR international students only
This seminar is "GTR Lecture series on multidisciplinary problems (1pt.)".
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