Dipole source localization by the mottled sculpin II. The role of lateral line excitation patterns

@article{Coombs1997DipoleSL,
  title={Dipole source localization by the mottled sculpin II. The role of lateral line excitation patterns},
  author={Sheryl Coombs and Ruth A. Conley},
  journal={Journal of Comparative Physiology A},
  year={1997},
  volume={180},
  pages={401-415}
}
Extracellular, single unit recording techniques were used to measure the responses of posterior lateral line nerve fibers to a 50-Hz dipole source that slowly changed its location along the length of the fish. The flow-field equations for a dipole source were used to model the pressure gradient pattern and thus, the expected excitation pattern along a linear array of lateral line receptor organs for different source locations. Finally, excitation patterns were similarly modeled along the left… CONTINUE READING

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