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Intracellular recordings and impedance measurements from directionally-selective visual interneurons of the lobula plate of flies show that during motion, transmembrane conductance increases during both depolarizing responses to preferred directions and hyperpolarizing responses to anti-preferred directions. This provides direct evidence that these interneurons are postsynaptic to two separate populations of excitatory and inhibitory input elements.doi:10.1515/znc-1990-11-1223 fatcat:pwgfa574bffhviaynxbidxtcrq