• Publications
  • Influence
Nerve Cells and Insect Behavior
  • 243
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Physiology of a primary chemoreceptor unit.
  • 486
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The behaviour of free flying moths in the presence of artificial ultrasonic pulses
Abstract The avoidance reactions of moths to a stationary source of ultrasonic pulses were observed and photographically recorded under field conditions. High-intensity ultrasound caused responsesExpand
  • 186
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Aspects of the noctuid tympanic nerve response having significance in the avoidance of bats
Abstract Analysis of the afferent response from the tympanic organ of noctuid moths shows that intensity differences of ultrasonic pulses are encoded by the spike discharge of the acoustic cells inExpand
  • 121
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Turning tendency of moths exposed to ultrasound while in stationary flight
Abstract A differential anemometer makes it possible to follow changes in the direction of the serial wake created by a moth in stationary flight. The sign (right or left) of this direction indicatesExpand
  • 103
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Ultrasonic reception by the tympanic organ of noctuid moths.
  • 186
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Organization of the ascending giant fiber system in the cockroach, Periplaneta americana.
  • K. D. Roeder
  • Biology, Medicine
  • The Journal of experimental zoology
  • 1 July 1948
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Acoustic sensitivity of the noctuid tympanic organ and its range for the cries of bats.
  • K. D. Roeder
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of insect physiology
  • 1 July 1966
The sensitivity of the A1 tympanic receptor of Caenurgina erechtea was measured by stimulation with artificial pulses 5 msec in duration and presented 10 times a second. The criterion response wasExpand
  • 92
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Responses of the less sensitive acoustic sense cells in the tympanic organs of some noctuid and geometrid moths.
  • K. D. Roeder
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Journal of insect physiology
  • 1974
Abstract The separate impulses contributed by the A1 and A2 acoustic sense cells in the tympanic organs of the noctuids, Autographa pseudogamma and Noctua c.-nigrum , and by the A1, A2, and A3 senseExpand
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