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Harald Wolf

Director, Institute of Neurobiology
University of Ulm
  • 2013 First Semester
  • 2017 First Semester

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1. The scorpion chemosensory organs have a number of unusual properties, making them an intriguing research object for neurobiologists. First, the scorpion pectines are not located on the head like the...
The miniaturisation of animal body cells is limited, and as a consequence, muscle and nerve cells are of similar diameters in large and small animals, to within an order of magnitude. Small animals thus...

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Sombke, Andy, Anja E. Klann, Elisabeth Lipke and Harald Wolf. 2019. Primary processing neuropils associated with the malleoli of camel spiders (Arachnida, Solifugae): a re-evaluation of axonal pathways. Zoological Letters, 5(1), 26.

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Harald Wolf. 2014. Inhibitory motoneurons in arthropod motor control: organisation, function, evolution. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Neuroethology, Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology, 200 (8), 693-710

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Wolf, Harald. 2017. Scorpions pectines – Idiosyncratic chemo- and mechanosensory organs. Arthropod Structure & Development, 46(6), 753–764.

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Wolf, Harald, Matthias Wittlinger and Sarah E. Pfeffer. 2018. Two distance memories in desert ants—Modes of interaction. PLOS ONE, 13(10), e0204664.

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