Neurobiology and Genetics

Publications Vaze

  • Drosophila ezoana uses morning and evening oscillators to adjust its rhythmic activity to different daylengths but only the morning oscillator to measure night length for photoperiodic responses. Vaze, Koustubh M.; Manoli, Giulia; Helfrich-Förster, Charlotte. In Journal of Comparative Physiology A. 2023.
  • The Neuropeptide PDF Is Crucial for Delaying the Phase of Drosophila’s Evening Neurons Under Long Zeitgeber Periods. Vaze, Koustubh M; Helfrich-Förster, Charlotte. In J Biol Rhythms, 36(5), pp. 442–460. 2021.
  • Drosophila ezoana uses an hour-glass or highly damped circadian clock for measuring night length and inducing diapause. Vaze, Koustubh M; Helfrich-Förster, Charlotte. In Physiol Entomol, 41(4), pp. 378–389. 2016.
  • On the adaptive significance of circadian clocks for their owners. Vaze, Koustubh M; Sharma, Vijay Kumar. In Chronobiol Int, 30(4), pp. 413–433. 2013.
  • Genetic architecture underlying morning and evening circadian phenotypes in fruit flies Drosophila melanogaster. Vaze, Koustubh M; Nikhil, KL; Sharma, Vijay Kumar. In Heredity, 111(4), pp. 265–274. 2013.
  • Early-and late-emerging Drosophila melanogaster fruit flies differ in their sensitivity to light during morning and evening. Vaze, Koustubh M; Sharma, Vijay Kumar. In Chronobiol Int, 29(6), pp. 674–682. 2012.
  • Chronotype differences in Drosophila are enhanced by semi-natural conditions. Vaze, Koustubh M; Kannan, Nisha N; Abhilash, L; Sharma, Vijay Kumar. In Naturwissenschaften, 99(11), pp. 967–971. 2012.