The modulation of flight and feeding behaviours of fruit flies

Figure 1. Image shows that external signals are received by receptors on cells. They relay information to IP3 (acts as messenger) which then binds to IP3R on ER and opens it to release calcium.
Figure 2. Image shows that hungry fly requires functionally active IP3Rs in neurons for searching food and flight.

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