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Methods in Insect Sensory Neuroscience

Edited By: Christensen TA
435 pages, 12 colour plates, b/w tabs, figs
Publisher: CRC Press
Methods in Insect Sensory Neuroscience
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  • Methods in Insect Sensory Neuroscience ISBN: 9780849320248 Hardback Dec 2004 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Synthesizes the latest information on insect sensory systems by highlighting the tremendous breadth of methods used to study insect sensory systems: anatomical pathway tracing, electrophysiological recording (both single-cell and ensemble methods), genetic and pharmacological manipulations, computational modelling, and behavioural observations.


INTRODUCTION: MULTIMODAL SIGNAL INTEGRATION AND BEHAVIORMultisensory Processing in the Insect Brain, Uwe HombergMethods in Insect Sensory Ecology, Mattias C. Larsson and Glenn P. SvenssonMECHANOSENSATION AND AUDITIONThe Chordotonal Organ: A Uniquely Invertebrate Mechanoreceptor , Lawrence H. FieldMechanosensory Integration for Flight Control in Insects, Mark A. Frye and John R. GrayAuditory Processing of Acoustic Communication Signals:Sensory Biophysics, Neural Coding, and Discrimination ofConspecific Songs, Andreas V.M. Herz, Jan Benda, Tim Gollisch, Christian K. Machens,Roland Schaette, Hartmut Schutze, and Martin B. StemmlerVISIONModern Optical Tools for Studying Insect Eyes, Doekele G. StavengaNovel Approaches to Visual Information Processing in Insects: Case Studies onNeuronal Computations in the Blowfly, Martin Egelhaaf, Jan Grewe, Katja Karmeier, Roland Kern, Rafael Kurtz, and Anne-Kathrin WarzechaBioinspired Sensors: From Insect Eyes to Robot Vision. F. Claire RindMOLECULAR CHARACTERIZATION OF CHEMOSENSORY SYSTEMSAnalysis of Taste Receptors in Drosophila, Jennifer J. Perry, Anupama Dahanukar, and John R. CarlsonCombining Molecular, Physiological, and Behavioral Tools to StudyInsect Olfactory Processing, Alan J. Nighorn and Lawrence J. ZwiebelPOPULATION ANALYSIS OF SENSORY SYSTEMSTaste Processing in the Insect Nervous System, Philip L. NewlandInsect Olfactory Neuroethology - An Electrophysiological Perspective, Rickard Ignell and Bill HanssonOptical Methods for Analyzing Odor-Evoked Activity in theInsect Brain. C. Giovanni Galizia and Richard S. VetterA Primer on Multichannel Neural Ensemble Recording in Insects. Vincent M. Pawlowski, Thomas A. Christensen, Hong Lei, and John G. HildebrandAPPENDIXINDEX

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Edited By: Christensen TA
435 pages, 12 colour plates, b/w tabs, figs
Publisher: CRC Press
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