Acoustic pressure sensitivities and effects of particle motion in red sea bream Pagrus major

@article{Kojima2009AcousticPS,
  title={Acoustic pressure sensitivities and effects of particle motion in red sea bream Pagrus major},
  author={Takahito Kojima and Tomohiro Suga and Akitsu Kusano and Saeko Shimizu and Haruna Matsumoto and Shinichi Aoki and Noriyuki Takai and Toru Taniuchi},
  journal={Fisheries Science},
  year={2009},
  volume={76},
  pages={13-20}
}
The auditory pressure thresholds of red sea bream were examined using cardiac response in the field by placing fish subjects far from the sound source to prevent particle motion. Pressure and particle motion thresholds were also obtained using the auditory brainstem response (ABR) technique. The thresholds at 100 and 200 Hz were significantly higher when measured using the cardiac response in the far field than those obtained in previously conducted experiments in experimental tub. However… CONTINUE READING

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