Andrew S. Cromarty

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We used computer analysis of differential equations to study the properties of a family of models of a unit of neural circuitry in the amphibian tectum, the tectal column. Computer experiments were used to discriminate among various hypotheses and to suggest new experiments. Particular attention was paid to physiological data on facilitation of amphibian(More)
1. Two experiments are described in which laying pullets maintained at constant temperatures were fed a range of diets with a view to defining optimum combinations of temperature and nutrient intake. 2. In the first experiment, all combinations of 6 temperatures (15 degrees, 18 degrees, 21 degrees, 24 degrees, 27 degrees and 30 degrees C) 9 diets (three(More)
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