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1. The orientation sound (pulse) of the mustached bat, Pteronotus parnellii parnellii, consists of four harmonics (H1-4), each containing a long constant-frequency component (CF1-4) followed by a short frequency-modulated component (FM1-4). The auditory cortex of this species contains several "combination-sensitive" areas: FM-FM, dorsal fringe (DF), ventral(More)
1. The orientation sound (pulse) of the mustached bat, Pteronotus parnellii parnellii, consists of long constant-frequency components (CF1-4) and short frequency-modulated components (FM1-4). The auditory cortex of this bat contains several combination-sensitive areas: FM-FM, DF, VA, VF, and CF/CF. The FM-FM area consists of neurons tuned to a combination(More)
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