Sonic/Vocal Motor Pathways in Squirrelfish (Teleostei, Holocentridae)

@article{Carlson2000SonicVocalMP,
  title={Sonic/Vocal Motor Pathways in Squirrelfish (Teleostei, Holocentridae)},
  author={B. Carlson and A. Bass},
  journal={Brain, Behavior and Evolution},
  year={2000},
  volume={56},
  pages={14 - 28}
}
Similar to many teleost fish, squirrelfish (family Holocentridae) produce vocalizations by the contraction of muscles that lead to vibration of the swimbladder. We used biotinylated compounds to identify the position and extent of vocal motor neurons in comparison to additional motor neuron groups, namely those of red and white dorsal epaxial muscle and opercular muscle that are located adjacent to or near the sonic muscle. The sonic motor nucleus (SMN) was located in the caudal medulla and… Expand
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