2 edition of Experimental researches upon the sense of hearing in lower vertebrates found in the catalog.
Experimental researches upon the sense of hearing in lower vertebrates
|Statement||by Ryo Kuroda ...|
|Series||Comparative psychology monographs., vol. III, serial no. 16|
|LC Classifications||QP461 .K8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
|LC Control Number||26012355|
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Experimental researches upon the sense of hearing in lower vertebrates, including reptiles, amphibians and fishes.
Author(s): Kuroda,Ryo Title(s): Experimental researches upon the sense of hearing in lower vertebrates, including reptiles, amphibians, and fishes. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, : Comparative Studies of Hearing in Vertebrates (Proceedings in Life Sciences) (): Popper, A.
N.: BooksFormat: Paperback. The question of how the sense of hearing and the vertebrate auditory system evolved has been a recurring theme of investigators for many years (e.g., van Bergeijk,Baird,Wever, ).
The consensus among earlier investigators was that hearing achieves its Cited by: The book is organized into three parts covering the diseases of fishes, amphibians, and reptiles. Experience has shown that those who keep, or are interested in, one kind of lower vertebrate will sooner or later also take an interest in one of the other groups.
Abstract. The origin of the vertebrate ear is shrouded in the mystery of the origin of the vertebrates themselves. As with any problem of evolution, a consideration of vertebrate ancestry follows two procedures: the tracing among animals now living of likely lines of relationship, and an examination of the fossil record for evidence to verify Cited by: To develop a science of hearing that is intellectu The five-day conference was held at the Mote ally satisfying we must first integrate the diverse, Marine Laboratory in Sarasota, Florida, May - extensive body of comparative research into an 24, The invited.
Experimental research upon the sense of hearing in lower vertebrates, including reptiles, amphibians and fishes.
Sound reception - Sound reception - Sound reception in vertebrates— auditory mechanisms of fishes and amphibians: The ear of vertebrates appears to have followed more than one line of evolutionary development, but always from the same basic type of mechanoreceptor, the labyrinth.
All vertebrates have two labyrinths that lie deep in the side of the head, adjacent to the brain. Research of Cuban () indicated the psychology of visual aids as under, 1% of what is learned is from the sense of TASTE, % of what is learned is from the sense of TOUCH, % of what is learned is from the logic of SMELL, 11% of what is educated is from the logic of HEARING and 83% of what is learned is from the sense of SIGHT.
Evolution of the Vertebrate Ear Jennifer A. Clack This chapter introduces some major concepts from the world of paleontology, starting with some of the techniques used to investigate fossils. The researcher thinks that multimedia is one of the best educational techniques because it addresses more than one sense simultaneously, as it addresses the senses of sight & hearing.
Multimedia programs provide different stimuli in their presentations which include a number of elements some of which are (Aloraini,p. 55–75): • Texts, •Cited by: In the dark, most of the channels will be open keeping teh cell depolarized. Dim light causes few channels to close. and bright light closes most or ALL of Na+ channels to open.
All dependent on CGMP levels so in the dark CGMP levels are high, in dim there is a slight decrease and in light there is. A long-standing problem in the evolution of land vertebrates has been how they evolved to detect sound.
Lungfishes are the closest living relatives of tetrapods (vertebrates that have limbs and digits), and so may help to provide an answer.
Until recently, however, there have been few investigations into lungfish hearing. The place theory of hearing suggests that we hear different pitches because different areas of the cochlea respond to higher and lower pitches.
Conductive hearing loss is caused by physical damage to the ear or eardrum and may be improved by hearing aids or cochlear : Charles Stangor, Jennifer Walinga. Certain cutaneous sense organs, arranged around the head and down the sides of the bodies of fishes and aquatic amphibians, are termed rheoreceptors, or water-current receptors, which aid the animal in orientation to flowing water.
In embryonic development and adult structure these organs appear to be related to the organs of hearing. Conductive hearing loss is caused by physical damage to the ear or eardrum and may be improved by hearing aids or cochlear implants.
Sensorineural hearing loss, caused by damage to the hair cells or auditory nerves in the inner ear, may be produced by prolonged.
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Cut an 8 cm piece of straw into ten small pieces. These pieces represent the vertebrae. Size: KB. The cells that carry information to the brain from the senses (sight, hearing, smell, taste, touch) Reflex. an automatic motor response to a sensory input. The lower middle part of the brain, involved in hearing and speech production.
A variable an experimental research that is expected to depend upon the independent variable. Over eight in 10 (%) hearing limitations were mild in nature, while the remaining % were classified as severe (Statistics Canada, ).
Conductive hearing loss is caused by physical damage to the ear (such as to the eardrums or ossicles) that reduces the ability of the ear to transfer vibrations from the outer ear to the inner : Charles Stangor, Jennifer Walinga.
First, as mentioned earlier, he used a wide variety of species, which far surpassed that used by other researchers in Japan: Specifically, he carried out a series of auditory experiments using lower vertebrates (Kuroda, a) and, in a review article, discussed experiments in which he used two genera of tortoises, three of snakes, two of lizards, two of tadpoles, two of newts, and four of Cited by: 5.For this reason, the vertebrate subphylum is sometimes referred to as "Craniata" when discussing morphology.
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