Frequency dependence of synchronization of cochlear nerve fibers in the alligator lizard: evidence for a cochlear origin of timing and non-timing neural pathways.


The dependence of synchronization of spike discharges on tone frequency was measured in cochlear nerve fibers of anesthetized alligator lizards at 21 degrees C. Synchronization measures were based on the fundamental component of a Fourier analysis of the instantaneous discharge rate in response to tone bursts. Measurements were obtained from fibers… (More)


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