Browsing publications by Dr Roger Santer

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Predator versus Prey: Locust Looming-Detector Neuron and Behavioural Responses to Stimuli Representing Attacking Bird Predators2012
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Escapes with and without preparation: The neuroethology of visual startle in locusts2010
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Reactive direction control for a mobile robot: a locust-like control of escape direction emerges when a bilateral pair of model locust visual neurons are integrated2010
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Roger Santer
Professor Geraldine Wright
Arousal facilitates collision avoidance mediated by a looming sensitive visual neuron in a flying locust2008
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Peter Simmons
Preparing for escape: An examination of the role of the DCMD neuron in locust escape jumps2008
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
A bio-inspired visual collision detection mechanism for cars: Combining insect inspired neurons to create a robust system2007
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
The role of behavioural ecology in the design of bio-inspired technology2007
Professor Rita Horvath
Dr Gavin Hudson
Professor Hanns Lochmuller
Dr Bobby McFarland
Dr Vankateswara Ramesh
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Phenotypic spectrum associated with mutations of the mitochondrial polymerase γ gene2006
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Claire Rind
Dr Richard Stafford
Dr Peter Simmons
Role of an identified looming-sensitive neuron in triggering a flying locust's escape2006
Dr Roger Santer
Dr Peter Simmons
Dr Claire Rind
Gliding Behaviour Elicited by Lateral Looming Stimuli in Flying Locusts2005
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