Phase-locking in the cochlear nerve of the guinea-pig and its relation to the receptor potential of inner hair-cells.

@article{Palmer1986PhaselockingIT,
  title={Phase-locking in the cochlear nerve of the guinea-pig and its relation to the receptor potential of inner hair-cells.},
  author={Alan R. Palmer and Ian J. Russell},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1986},
  volume={24 1},
  pages={1-15}
}
The high-frequency limit of phase-locking has been measured in fibres of the auditory nerve in the guinea-pig. It is shown that phase-locking begins to decline at about 600 Hz and is no longer detectable above 3.5 kHz which is about 1 octave lower than in the cat, squirrel monkey and some birds. Direct measurements of the cochlear afferent fibre synaptic delay are consistent with indirect estimates from phase-locking, both giving values of 0.7-0.8 ms. Measurements of the receptor potentials of… CONTINUE READING
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