Biosonar signals and cerebellar auditory neurons of the mustached bat.

@article{Horikawa1986BiosonarSA,
  title={Biosonar signals and cerebellar auditory neurons of the mustached bat.},
  author={Jirou Horikawa and Nobuo Suga},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={55 6},
  pages={1247-67}
}
In the vermis (VIp, VIIa, VIIp, and VIII), crus, and paraflocculus of unanesthetized mustached bats Pteronotus parnellii parnellii, responses of single neurons to acoustic stimuli were studied. The stimuli delivered were constant-frequency (CF) tones, frequency-modulated (FM) sounds, noise bursts (NBs), and sounds similar to the orientation sounds (pulses) of the species and echoes. The effect of ablation of the cerebellar cortex on vocalization was also investigated to explore whether the… CONTINUE READING

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