Hironori Koyama

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Intracellular dye-injection studies have revealed tonotopic organization of the bullfrog (Rana catesbeiana) amphibian papilla, an auditory organ lacking a basilar membrane or its equivalent. The best excitatory frequency (BEF) for auditory stimuli was identified in each of twenty-nine VIIIth-nerve afferent axons that subsequently were traced to their(More)
Arthropods are frequently infected with inherited symbionts, which sometimes confer fitness benefits on female hosts or manipulate host reproduction. Early male killing, in which infected males die during embryogenesis, is induced by some bacteria, such as Wolbachia and Spiroplasma. A female-biased sex ratio has been found in Homona magnanima, collected(More)
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