cryb vs. cry+: average tim-luc-reported activity in rhythmic isolated body parts. Details and definitions of the panels in the figure are the same as in Figure 3. Experimental conditions are the same as in Figure 3 with the exception that the reporter is tim-luc. The order of presentation is the same as in Figure 3,4: a.) averaged data for cry+ or cryb antennal pairs assessed as rhythmic on a specimen by specimen basis as tabulated in Table 2. b.) and c.) show rhythmic specimens from averaged rhythmic cry+ isolated heads and bodies respectively. Note that there are no rhythmic cryb heads or bodies to analyze because none were found as shown in Table 1. d.) isolated wings as tabulated in Table 1. This analysis is continued in Figure 6.