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How-Do-Ants-Make-Sense-of-Gravity-A-Boltzmann-Walker-Analysis-of-Lasius-niger-Trajectories-on-pone.0076531.s001


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Summary[edit] DescriptionAPI English: Example of ant walking down on the canvas. The ant was gently picked up with a small pig hair paintbrush, the brush head touched the canvas at the center point and the ant was left to walk down from the brush onto it. In this particular case, the ant took approximately seven minutes to walk down from the brush (hence, some part of the movie has been cut), but they usually made it in approximately one minute. Date 2013 Source Movie S1 from Khuong A, Lecheval V, Fournier R, Blanco S, Weitz S, Bezian J, Gautrais J (2013). "How Do Ants Make Sense of Gravity? A Boltzmann Walker Analysis of Lasius niger Trajectories on Various Inclines". PLOS ONE. DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0076531. PMID 24204636. PMC: 3812222. Author Khuong A, Lecheval V, Fournier R, Blanco S, Weitz S, Bezian J, Gautrais J Permission
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