EOD modulations of brown ghost electric fish: JARs, chirps, rises, and dips.

@article{Zakon2002EODMO,
  title={EOD modulations of brown ghost electric fish: JARs, chirps, rises, and dips.},
  author={Harold H Zakon and Joerg Oestreich and Sara K. Tallarovic and Frank Triefenbach},
  journal={Journal of physiology, Paris},
  year={2002},
  volume={96 5-6},
  pages={451-8}
}
Weakly electric "wave" fish make highly regular electric organ discharges (EODs) for precise electrolocation. Yet, they modulate the ongoing rhythmicity of their EOD during social interactions. These modulations may last from a few milliseconds to tens of minutes. In this paper we describe the different types of EOD modulations, what they may signal to recipient fish, and how they are generated on a neural level. Our main conclusions, based on a species called the brown ghost (Apteronotus… CONTINUE READING

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