Lecture 4 &5-Fall 2009

24 tuning curves of a parasitoid fly worm detection

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Unformatted text preview: oid fly Worm detection in toads Bat Detection by Noctuid Moths Figure 4.9 Noctuid moth ears Figure 4.10 Neurons and their operation Figure 4.11 Neural network of a moth Figure 4.12 Properties of the ultrasound-detecting auditory receptors of a noctuid moth Figure 4.12 Properties of the ultrasound-detecting auditory receptors of a noctuid moth (Part 1) Figure 4.12 Properties of the ultrasound-detecting auditory receptors of a noctuid moth (Part 2) Figure 4.13 How moths might locate bats in space Figure 4.13 How moths might locate bats in space (Part 1) Figure 4.13 How moths might locate bats in space (Part 2) Figure 4.13 How moths might locate bats in space (Part 3) Analysis at the Subcellular Level Aplysia: habituation and sensitization Simplified Aplysia nervous system Leeches!...
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