Neil Vickers
Neil Vickers
Professor of Biology, University of Utah
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Mechanisms of animal navigation in odor plumes
NJ Vickers
The Biological Bulletin 198 (2), 203-212, 2000
Reiterative responses to single strands of odor promote sustained upwind flight and odor source location by moths
NJ Vickers, TC Baker
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 91 (13), 5756-5760, 1994
Odour-plume dynamics influence the brain's olfactory code
NJ Vickers, TA Christensen, TC Baker, JG Hildebrand
Nature 410 (6827), 466-470, 2001
Combinatorial odor discrimination in the brain: attractive and antagonist odor blends are represented in distinct combinations of uniquely identifiable glomeruli
N Vickers, T Christensen, J Hildebrand
Journal of Comparative Neurology 400 (1), 35-56, 1998
A comparison of responses from olfactory receptor neurons of Heliothis subflexa and Heliothis virescens to components of their sex pheromone
TC Baker, AA Cossé, SG Lee, JL Todd, C Quero, NJ Vickers
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 190 (2), 155-165, 2004
MaleHeliothis virescens maintain upwind flight in response to experimentally pulsed filaments of their sex pheromone (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae)
NJ Vickers, TC Baker
Journal of Insect Behavior 5 (6), 669-687, 1992
Winging it: moth flight behavior and responses of olfactory neurons are shaped by pheromone plume dynamics
NJ Vickers
Chemical senses 31 (2), 155-166, 2006
Latencies of behavioral response to interception of filaments of sex pheromone and clean air influence flight track shape in Heliothis virescens (F.) males
Chemical communication in heliothine moths
NJ Vickers, TA Christensen, H Mustaparta, TC Baker
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 169 (3), 275-280, 1991
Central processing of natural odor mixtures in insects
H Lei, N Vickers
Journal of chemical ecology 34 (7), 915-927, 2008
Sexual isolation of male moths explained by a single pheromone response QTL containing four receptor genes
F Gould, M Estock, NK Hillier, B Powell, AT Groot, CM Ward, JL Emerson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (19), 8660-8665, 2010
Functional divergence of spatially conserved olfactory glomeruli in two related moth species
NJ Vickers, TA Christensen
Chemical senses 28 (4), 325-338, 2003
Physiology and glomerular projections of olfactory receptor neurons on the antenna of female Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) responsive to behaviorally relevant odors
NK Hillier, C Kleineidam, NJ Vickers
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 192 (2), 199-219, 2006
The role of heliothine hairpencil compounds in female Heliothis virescens (Lepidoptera: Noctuidae) behavior and mate acceptance
NK Hillier, NJ Vickers
Chemical Senses 29 (6), 499-511, 2004
Chemical communication in heliothine moths. VII. Correlation between diminished responses to point-source plumes and single filaments similarly tainted with a behavioral antagonist
NJ Vickers, TC Baker
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 180 (5), 523-536, 1997
Pheromone-mediated flight in moths
TC Baker, NJ Vickers
Insect Pheromone Research, 248-264, 1997
Defining a synthetic pheromone blend attractive to male Heliothis subflexa under wind tunnel conditions
NJ Vickers
Journal of chemical ecology 28 (6), 1255-1267, 2002
Diet related courtship success in the Oriental fruit moth, Grapholita molesta (Tortricidae)
C Löfstedt, NJ Vickers, WL Roelofs, TC Baker
Oikos, 402-408, 1989
Mixture interactions in moth olfactory physiology: examining the effects of odorant mixture, concentration, distal stimulation, and antennal nerve transection on sensillar …
NK Hillier, NJ Vickers
Chemical senses 36 (1), 93-108, 2011
Glomerular Targets of Heliothis subflexa Male Olfactory Receptor Neurons Housed within Long Trichoid Sensilla
SG Lee, NJ Vickers, TC Baker
Chemical senses 31 (9), 821-834, 2006
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