Stimulus transmission in the auditory receptor organs of the foreleg of bushcrickets (Tettigoniidae) I. The role of the tympana.

@article{Bangert1998StimulusTI,
  title={Stimulus transmission in the auditory receptor organs of the foreleg of bushcrickets (Tettigoniidae) I. The role of the tympana.},
  author={Matthias Bangert and Klaus Kalmring and T Sickmann and R. John Stephen and M Jatho and reinhard Lakes-harlan},
  journal={Hearing research},
  year={1998},
  volume={115 1-2},
  pages={27-38}
}
The auditory organs of the tettigoniid are located just below the femoral tibial joint in the forelegs. Structurally each auditory organ consists of a tonotopically organized crista acustica and intermediate organ and associated sound conducting structures; an acoustic trachea and two lateral tympanic membranes located at the level of the receptor complex. The receptor cells and associated satellite structures are located in a channel filled with hemolymph fluid. The vibratory response… CONTINUE READING
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