The Senses of Fish

@inproceedings{Emde2004TheSO,
  title={The Senses of Fish},
  author={Gerhard von der Emde and Joachim Mogdans and B. G. Kapoor},
  booktitle={Springer Netherlands},
  year={2004}
}
The Predictive Brain: Perception Turned Upside Down
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This chapter looks at what challenges a fish faces and why they are dependent on a qualitative perception of the world and themselves if they are to master them, and discusses how to reinterpret previous observations of fish behaviour and perception in the light of the predictive brain paradigm.
Tmc proteins are essential for zebrafish hearing where Tmc1 is not obligatory.
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A striking resemblance of Tmc protein reliance in the vestibular sensory epithelia of mammals to the maculae of zebrafish is revealed and a logic of TMC use where hearing depends on a complement of TMc proteins beyond those employed to sense water motion is disclosed.
Comparing the effects of different coloured artificial illumination on diurnal fish assemblages in the lower mesophotic zone
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No significant differences were detected in the fish assemblage composition or the number of species when surveyed using blue, red or white light at the study location, however, individual species showed varied responses to the different light colours.
Distribution and Restoration of Serotonin-Immunoreactive Paraneuronal Cells During Caudal Fin Regeneration in Zebrafish
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This study identified a specific population of solitary paraneurons in the zebrafish fin, whose distribution correlates with fluid dynamics and may be a biological adaptation for sensing of water parameters.
Variation in cephalic neuromasts surface and cave-dwelling fishes of the family Amblyopsidae (Teleostei: Percopsiformes)
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It is speculated that the change from the surface to the cave environment has led to papillate neuromasts in this group, which are likely shaped to detect the hydrodynamic characteristics of the boundary layer created by the swimming fish, to increase sensitivity to high frequency stimuli created by prey, predators, and conspecifics.
Investigating the extent of parallelism in morphological and genomic divergence among lake trout ecotypes in Lake Superior
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The occurrence of different levels of both genomic and phenotypic differentiation between ecotypes within each site with several differentiated loci linked to relevant biological functions supports the presence of a continuum of divergence in lake trout.
Dissolved Organic Carbon Reduces Habitat Coupling by Top Predators in Lake Ecosystems
Increasing input of terrestrial dissolved organic carbon (DOC) has been identified as a widespread environmental phenomenon in many aquatic ecosystems. Terrestrial DOC influences basal trophic
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