How a frog can learn what is where in the dark.

Abstract

During the night 180 lateral-line organs allow the clawed frog Xenopus to localize prey by detecting water waves emanating from insects floundering on the water surface. Not only can the frog localize prey but it can also determine its character. This suggests waveform reconstruction, and a key question is how the frog can establish the appropriate neuronal… (More)

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