Phonotaxis in flying crickets. II. Physiological mechanisms of two-tone suppression of the high frequency avoidance steering behavior by the calling song.

@article{Nolen1986PhonotaxisIF,
  title={Phonotaxis in flying crickets. II. Physiological mechanisms of two-tone suppression of the high frequency avoidance steering behavior by the calling song.},
  author={Thomas G. Nolen and Ronald R. Hoy},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology},
  year={1986},
  volume={159 4},
  pages={441-56}
}
The effects of two-tone stimuli on the high frequency bat-avoidance steering behavior of flying crickets (Teleogryllus oceanicus) were studied during tethered flight. Similarly, the effects of two-tone stimuli on the ultrasound sensitive auditory interneuron, Int-1, which elicits this behavior, were studied using intracellular staining and recording techniques. When a low frequency tone (3-8 kHz) was presented simultaneously with an aversive high frequency tone (in a two-tone stimulus paradigm… CONTINUE READING
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