Die Abhängigkeit des Übertragungsverhaltens von Frequenz und Adaptationszustand; gemessen am einzelnen Lichtrezeptor von Calliphora erythrocephala

@article{Zettler2004DieAD,
  title={Die Abh{\"a}ngigkeit des {\"U}bertragungsverhaltens von Frequenz und Adaptationszustand; gemessen am einzelnen Lichtrezeptor von Calliphora erythrocephala},
  author={Friedrich Zettler},
  journal={Zeitschrift f{\"u}r vergleichende Physiologie},
  year={2004},
  volume={64},
  pages={432-449}
}
1. Light potentials of single photo-receptors in the compound eye of Calliphora are measured by means of intracellular recording. The receptor is stimulated by sine-modulated light with a modulation-degree of 20 %. 2. The frequency-course of the amplitude and the phase lag is recorded at different states of adaptation. 3. The photo-receptor represents a non-linear system. The supposition of a real time lag seems to be absolutely necessary. 4. The sensitivity of the photo-receptor is presented… CONTINUE READING

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