organization of the auditory organ of the bladder cicada, Cystosoma saundersii

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Statementby Jane M. Doolan and D. Young.
SeriesPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London -- Vol. 291, no. 1055, 27 April 1981, pp525-540
ContributionsYoung, D., Royal Society.
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Phil Trans R The auditory organ of Cystosoma saundersii. Cystosoma saundersii is a cicada in which the male is specialised for the production of low frequency ( Hz) sound.

The basic anatomical and physiological features of its auditory system are. You can write a book review and share your experiences. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books you've read.

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Young. Sound radiation by the bladder cicada Cystosoma saundersii. Journal of Experimental Biology (The). Bennett, G. Wanderings in New South Wales, Batavia, Pedir Coast, Singapore and China: being the journal of a naturalist in those countries duringand in 2 volumes.

Body temperature and singing in the bladder cicada, Cystosoma saundersii, Journal of Experimental Biology 69 – Josephson, R. and Young, D. Synchronous and asynchronous muscles in cicadas, Journal of Experimental Biology – The book focuses on the roles of individual nerve cells in behaviour, from simple startle responses to complex behaviours such as route learning by rats and singing by crickets and birds.

It begins by examining the relationship between brains and behaviour, and showing how study of specialised behaviours reveals neuronal mechanisms that control Cited by: Insects and arachnids display the most impressive diversity of mating and social behavior among all animals.

This book investigates sexual competition in these groups, and the variety of ways in which males and females pursue, persuade, manipulate, control and help one another, enabling us to gain a better understanding of how conflicts and confluences of interest evolve together.

the auditory nerve after a latency of approximately 20 msec, as indicated by the arrows. Sound intensity 75 dB SPL, time scale between black bars 20 msec (modified from Huber et al. Auditory receptors in Gryllus bimaculatus and campestris copy sound pulses of the chirped calling songs (narrow, relatively low sound frequency.

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Methods in Insect Sensory Neuroscience ). In recognition of this observation, a surge of interest in multisensory or crossmodal processing in vertebrates has provided several important insights into the biological roles and underlying neural mechanisms of multisensory interactions (Driver and Spence, ; Meredith, ; Calvert et al., ).

The morphology, evolution, and biomechanics of the vibroacoustic tymbal organs of cicadas have received considerable attention (e.g. Pringle,Pringle,Simmons and Young,Young and Bennet-Clark,Moulds,Nahirney et al.,Marshall et al., ), but the same cannot be said of the vibrational organs of other cicadomorphans.

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Insect Sounds and Communication: Physiology, Behaviour, Ecology and Evolution In spite of this lack of obvious differences between the species, adaptations to the frequency content of the conspecific song can be observed in the auditory neuropile of the prothoracic ganglion, the projection area of auditory receptor cells (Figure ).

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