W G Paschal

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1. Spectral sensitivity was examined in delay-sensitive neurons in the auditory cortex of the awake FM bat, Myotis lucifugus. FM stimuli sweeping 60 kHz downward in 4 ms were used as simulated pulse-echo pairs to measure delay-dependent responses. At each neuron's best delay, the pulse and/or echo were divided into 4 FM quarters (Ist, IInd, IIIrd, and(More)
1. The little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus, employs biosonar pulses containing broadband frequency-modulated (FM) sounds of only one harmonic during the initial phases of echolocation. Neurons throughout the auditory cortex exhibit delay-dependent facilitation to artificial pulses and echoes at particular echo delays. Extracellular unit recordings of these(More)
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