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The Threshold Sensitivity of External Chemoreceptor in Carp Cyprinus carpio to Amino Acids and Classical Gustatory Substances
The chemical sensitivity of five local sections of carp Cyprinus carpio were studied on the anterior part of the head, by recording the slow electric potentials from the skin's surface, in responseExpand
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Mosquito bioacoustics: Auditory processing in Culex pipiens pipiens L. Males (Diptera, Culicidae) during flight simulation
  • D. Lapshin
  • Biology
  • Entomological Review
  • 9 October 2012
As a part of mating behavior, male mosquitoes detect and locate females by listening to the sound of their wingbeats. Up to date, the auditory physiological properties in mosquitoes were studied inExpand
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Technology development for the production of ABCE fire extinguishing dry powders
A classification of fires depending on combustible material and fire extinguishing means was considered. Advantages offered by fire extinguishing dry powders were described. It was shown thatExpand
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Frequency tuning of individual auditory receptors in female mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae).
The acoustic sensory organs in mosquitoes (Johnston organs) have been thoroughly studied; yet, to date, no data are available on the individual tuning properties of the numerous receptors thatExpand
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Frequency organization of the Johnston’s organ in male mosquitoes (Diptera, Culicidae)
ABSTRACT The Johnston's organs (JO) of mosquitoes are the most complex mechanosensitive organs yet found in insects. Previous findings on the behavior of mosquitoes suggest that, together withExpand
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The auditory system of blood-sucking mosquito females (Diptera, Culicidae): Acoustic perception during flight simulation
  • D. Lapshin
  • Biology
  • Entomological Review
  • 23 April 2013
Mosquitoes hear with their plumose antennae which respond to the air movement caused by sound propagation and conduct vibrations to the Johnston’s organ located at the base of each antenna. Each ofExpand
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Directional and frequency characteristics of auditory neurons in Culex male mosquitoes
ABSTRACT The paired auditory organ of the mosquito, the Johnston's organ (JO), being the receiver of the particle velocity component of sound, is directional by its structure. However, to date almostExpand
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Acoustic irradiation produced by flying moths (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae)
Characteristics of acoustic waves accompanying the flight of noctuid moths (Noctuidae) were measured. The low-frequency part of the spectrum is formed of a series of up to 17 harmonics of theExpand
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Sensitivity of the Noctuid Moth Enargia paleceae Esp. (Lepidoptera, Noctuidae) to Echolike Stimuli
Among insects, the pulse echolocation capacity has been so far demonstrated only in the group of noctuid moths (Noctuidae) [7]. The probing signals of the noctuid moths are short (25-190 μs)Expand
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