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Orienting responses and vocalizations produced by microstimulation in the superior colliculus of the echolocating bat, Eptesicus fuscus
An echolocating bat actively controls the spatial acoustic information that drives its behavior by directing its head and ears and by modulating the spectro-temporal structure of its outgoing sonarExpand
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Mapping of octopamine‐immunoreactive neurons in the central nervous system of the lobster
It has been suggested that serotonin and octopamine serve important roles in behavioral regulation in lobsters. In this paper the locations of octopamine‐immunoreactive neurons were mapped inExpand
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Spatially Selective Auditory Responses in the Superior Colliculus of the Echolocating Bat
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We present data on biologically relevant specializations in the superior colliculus (SC) of the echolocating bat, Eptesicus fuscus, for orientation by sonar. Expand
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Short- and long-term effects of testosterone on diaphragm in castrated and normal male rats.
The effects of short- and long-term testosterone absence or treatment on the diaphragm were studied in castrated and sexually normal male rats. Compared with control rats (untreated normal males),Expand
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Effect of long-term undernutrition on male and female rat diaphragm contractility, fatigue, and fiber types.
The effects of long-term undernutrition (10 wk) on diaphragm contractility, fatigue, and fiber type proportions were studied in male and female rats. Contractility and fatigue resistance indexes wereExpand
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Effects of long-term continuous respiratory resistive loading on rat diaphragm function and structure.
The effects of long-term (24- to 28-wk) continuous respiratory resistive loading on diaphragm mass, contractility, fatigue, and fiber types were studied in male rats. Increased respiratory resistanceExpand
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Temperature dependence of rat diaphragm muscle contractility and fatigue.
The diaphragm is a skeletal muscle of mixed fiber type that is unique in its requirement to maintain contractile function and fatigue resistance across a wide range of temperatures to sustainExpand
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Effects of short-term and long-term androgen treatment on the diaphragm in male and female rats.
The effects of short-term (2.5 wk) and long-term (10 wk) testosterone propionate (2.5 mg/day; 5 days/wk) treatment on diaphragm contractility, fatigue resistance, and fiber type proportions wereExpand
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Effects of starvation and refeeding on adult male rat diaphragm contractility, fatigue, and fiber types.
The effects of 4.5 days of acute starvation, either alone or followed by refeeding (ad libitum), on diaphragm contractility, fatigue, and fiber types were studied in male rats. Contractility andExpand
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Facilitation of intercultural communication through performed literature
Participants in intercultural training and development sessions where the value structure of the studied culture must be understood can derive considerable benefit during the session from contactExpand
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