Sensitivity to ultrasound in an identified auditory interneuron in the cricket: a possible neural link to phonotactic behavior

@article{Moiseff2004SensitivityTU,
  title={Sensitivity to ultrasound in an identified auditory interneuron in the cricket: a possible neural link to phonotactic behavior},
  author={Andrew Moiseff and Ronald R. Hoy},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={152},
  pages={155-167}
}
1. In the cricket,Teleogryllus oceanicns, an identified auditory interneuron, interneuron-1 (int-1), is described morphologically and physiologically (Figs. 1,2). There is one such neuron in each hemiganglion of the prothoracic ganglion. The medial dendrites of int-1 overlap part of the terminal field formed by the auditory afferent axons from the ear and int-1's axon ascends to the brain, terminating on the same (ipsilateral) side (Fig- 2). 2. The neuron has a two-part frequency response… CONTINUE READING

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