Invited Symposium: Neural Mechanism of Mammalian Vocalization



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Neural Mechanisms Of Vocal Control In Bats.

Contact Person: Gerd Schuller (schuller@zi.biologie.uni-muenchen.de)


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Schuller, G., Beuter, K., Schnitzler, H.U. (1974) Response to frequency shifted artificial echoes in the bat Rhinolophus ferrumequinum. J. Comp. Physiol., 89, 275-286.

Schuller, G. and Radtke-Schuller, S. (1988) Neural control of vocalization in bats at peripheral to midbrain levels. In: The physiological control of mammalian vocalization. J.D.Newman (ed), Plenum Press New York, pp 67-86

Schuller, G. and Radtke-Schuller, S. (1990) Neural control of vocalization in bats: mapping of brainstem areas with electrical microstimulation eliciting species-specific echolocation calls in the rufous horseshoe bat. Exp. Brain Res., 79, 192-206

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