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Principles of electrolocation and jamming avoidance in electric fish
|Other titles||Electrolocation and jamming avoidance in electric fish : a neuroethological approach.|
|Series||Studies of brain function ;, v. 1|
|LC Classifications||QL639.1 .H44|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||85 p. :|
|Number of Pages||85|
|LC Control Number||77024051|
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Neural Nets in Electric Fish by Walter F. Heiligenberg, MIT Press, $ ( pages) ISBN 0 9 Walter Heiligenberg's mono- graph Neural Nets in Electric Fish is the second volume in the series on computational neurosdence published by MIT Press. In a field that is notoriously theory-rich and. Introduction. Weakly electric fish are commonly found in the freshwater systems of South America and Africa [1,2].These nocturnal fish use a unique sensory modality, called the “electrosense,” to help them navigate, communicate, and find prey in the absence of strong visual cues .The electrosense involves a specialized electric organ that emits an electric discharge resulting in a dipole Cited by:
Electric fish and the jamming avoidance response (JAR) I: Behavior. This lecture introduces electric fish as a model system for studying an neural circuits underlying a complex behavior, from the sensory reception to the behavioral output. Electroreception and it use in communication by electric fish and is discussed in Hopkins (). 1 Heiligenberg, W. () Principles of Electrolocation and Jamming Avoidance, Springer Verlag 2 Bullock, T. H. and Heiligenberg, W., eds. () Electroreception, John Wiley & Sons 3 Heiligenberg, W. () Neural Nets in Electric Fish, MIT Press ~NS, VoL 1Z No. 1Z
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Find all the books, read about the author, and more. Cited by: Jamming avoidance response (JAR) is a behavior performed by some species of weakly electric JAR occurs when two electric fish with wave discharges meet – if their discharge frequencies are very similar, each fish will shift its discharge frequency to increase the difference between the two fish's discharge frequencies.
By doing this, both fish prevent jamming of their sense of. Principles of Electrolocation and Jamming Avoidance in Electric Fish: A Neuroethological Approach by Walter Heiligenberg starting at $ Principles of Electrolocation and Jamming Avoidance in Electric Fish: A Neuroethological Approach has 0 available edition to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace.
Electroreception or electroception is the biological ability to perceive natural electrical stimuli. It has been observed almost exclusively in aquatic or amphibious animals, because water is a much better conductor than air. The known exceptions are the monotremes (echidnas and platypuses), cockroaches, and oreception is used in electrolocation (detecting objects) and for.
Heiligenberg W. () The Mechanism of Electrolocation. In: Principles of Electrolocation and Jamming Avoidance in Electric Fish. Studies of Brain Function, vol : Walter Heiligenberg.
Outline of today’s lecture • A primer on neurons and their activity • Some principles of neuroethology • Example system 1: Electrolocation in weakly-electric fish These topics are expanded in the courses “Intro to Neuroscience: Cellular and synaptic physiology” (last semester) and “Intro to Neuroscience: Systems Neuroscience”(next year).
Behavior. Among the many electrosensory-related behaviors observed in these fish, one of the best characterized from a neuroethological perspective is the jamming avoidance response (JAR).Certain weakly electric fish with sinusoidal, wave-type electric organ discharge (EOD) waveforms reflexively shift their EOD frequency away from interfering frequencies of nearby conspecifics, in order to.
Outline of today’s lecture • A primer on neurons and their activity • Some principles of neuroethology • Example system 1: Electrolocation in weakly-electric fish These topics are expanded in the courses “Intro to Neuroscience: Cellular and synaptic physiology” (last semester) and “Intro to Neuroscience: Systems Neuroscience” (next year).
Electrolocation. Electric fish can detect and localize objects in their environment using the active electric sense. This capability is called mechanisms of electrolocation are similar in all electric fish, but we illustrate the principles in Apteronotus albifrons (black ghost knifefish), the fish that we study in the lab.
Conceptually electrolocation involves three steps. L The Jamming Avoidance Response (J.A.R.) of Electric Fish (1: Behavior) Septem Carl D. Hopkins e-fish e-receptor e-organ October 3 Please email Wikipedia Project title to Carl Hopkins by Monday AM Outline 1) Electroreception and electrogenesis.
– Electroreception arose as a 6th sense in aquatic vertebrates as a means for. Electric fish employ active electrolocation to detect objects that are less than 12 cm away and have electric properties that are different from those of the surrounding water.
A robotic fish has been developed to create a mixed bio-hybrid system made up of weakly electric fish and a mobile dummy fish. Weakly electric fish are capable of interacting with each other via. Some fish can only sense electricity but cannot produce electricity.
These fishes are also categorized as electric fishes. They are sharks, rays, skates, catfish, and paddle fish. These fish can sense very weak electricity generated by prey animals.
So, sharks can find a small fish buried in sand by weak electricity given off by the prey. This. Walter Heiligenberg (Janu – September 8, ) is best known for his contribution to neuroethology through his work on one of the best neurologically understood behavioral patterns in vertebrate, Eigenmannia (Zupanc and Bullock ).
This weakly electric fish and the neural basis for its jamming avoidance response behavioral process was the main focus of his research, and is.
Walter Heiligenberg. 18 Oct Paperback. US$ Add to basket. 6% off.5/5(1). Active Object Detection by Electric Organ Discharges 32 Localizing an Electric Fish as a Dipole Source 34 The Detection of Communication Signals 36 5 Communication by Electric Organ Discharges: Strategies 39 Rays - Batidoidimorpha 41 Elephantfishes - Mormyroidei 44 Schooling and Group Cohesion 45File Size: 6MB.C HAPTER 7 Temperature Dependence of the Electric Organ Discharge in Weakly Electric Fish 1,2 1 GUNTHER K.H.
ZUPANC JONATHAN R. BANKS, 1 ~ 3 GERHARD ENGLER, AND ROBERT C. BEASON ~School of Biological Sciences, University of Manchester, Stopford Building, Oxford Road, Manchester M13 9PT, UK r of Engineering and Science, International University Bremen, Cited by: 5.From Heiligenberg W () Principles of electrolocation and jamming avoidance in electric fish: A neuroethological approach.
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