Toyosaka Moriizumi

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Ethanol failed to induce a place preference in both 15 and 50 min conditioning schedules in free-feeding and in food deprived rats. Acetaldehyde, the primary metabolic product of ethanol, induced a weak place aversion, dose-dependently. Ethanol combined with pyrazole (an alcohol dehydrogenase inhibitor) significantly induced a place preference in rats(More)
Many animals have the ability to search for odor sources by tracking their plumes. Some of the key features of this search behavior have been successfully transferred to robot platforms, although the capabilities of animals are still beyond the current level of sensor technologies. The examples described in this paper are (1) incorporating into a wheeled(More)
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