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Wing structure and neural encoding jointly determine sensing strategies in insect flight
Animals rely on sensory feedback to generate accurate, reliable movements. In many flying insects, strain-sensitive neurons on the wings provide rapid feedback that enables stable flight control. While the impacts of wing structure on aerodynamic performance have been widely studied, the impacts of wing structure on sensing remain unexplored. In this paper, we show how the structural properties of the wing and encoding by mechanosensory neurons interact to jointly determine optimal sensingdoi:10.1101/2021.02.09.430476 fatcat:zefptyy4r5h2rfg3kksm6wbkry