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Figure 1a: stimuli (S) resulted in 36 responses (R), 24 of which were either ipsi- (black bar = 19) or contra- (white bar = 5) lateral turns, and 12 were non-directional.
We conclude that unilateral stimulation of the antennule with food odor pulses can cause ipsilateral turning with 2-8s delays even if the pulse does not hit the antennule directly, and that unilateral odor pulses hitting the antennule directly can trigger ipsi- and bilateral flicking, but no contralateral flicking.