Antworten des Colliculus inferior der Fledermaus Rhiuolophus euryale auf tonale Reizung

@article{Schnitzler2005AntwortenDC,
  title={Antworten des Colliculus inferior der Fledermaus Rhiuolophus euryale auf tonale Reizung},
  author={H. -U. Schnitzler and Gerd Schuller and Gerhard Neuweiler},
  journal={Naturwissenschaften},
  year={2005},
  volume={58},
  pages={627}
}
Fliegende Rhinolophus [errum-equinum (R17) und Rhinolophus euryale (RE) senken die Frequenz des konstantfrequenten (of) Lautteils der Ortungslaute soweit, dab die entsprechend der Fluggeschwindigkeit entstehenden Doppler-Effekte kompensiert werden und damit die Echofrequenz etwa in H6he der vor dem Flug ausgesendeten Ruhefrequenz gehaiten wird [t]. Es gelang zu zeigen [2, 3], dab bet RF die Schwelle ffir im Colliculus inferior abgeleitete ,,evoked potentials" bet etwa 83 kHz, also im Bereich… Expand

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