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The Evolution of the amphibian auditory system

The Evolution of the amphibian auditory system

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Published by Wiley in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Amphibians -- Evolution.,
  • Ear -- Evolution.,
  • Auditory pathways -- Evolution.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Bernd Fritzsch ... [et al.].
    SeriesWiley series in neurobiology
    ContributionsFritzsch, Bernd.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQL645.3 .E96 1988
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxiii, 705 p. :
    Number of Pages705
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2387094M
    ISBN 100471848093
    LC Control Number87016128

    Get this from a library! Evolution of the vertebrate auditory system. [Geoffrey A Manley; Arthur N Popper; Richard R Fay;] -- "The function of vertebrate hearing is served by a surprising variety of sensory structures in the different groups of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals. This book . The evolution of mammalian auditory ossicles was an evolutionary event that resulted in the formation of the bones of the mammalian middle bones, or ossicles, are a defining characteristic of all event is well-documented and important as a demonstration of transitional forms and exaptation, the re-purposing of existing structures during evolution.

      The auditory system, as a communication system component, is thus often assumed to have adapted to these sorts of constraints (e.g., Brown and Maloney, , Stebbins and Sommers, ). This neuroethological viewpoint on the evolution of hearing tends to look for variation and diversity in hearing, and suggests that for each species there must. I've had a few requests to post the replies I had to my message asking for information about the evolution of the auditory system. So here are some of the references and contacts I recieved: Webster, Fay & Popper () The Evolutionary Biology of Hearing, Springer-Verlag, NY Herrick, CJ () The Brain of the Tiger Salamander, U. of Chicago Press, Chicago Larsell, O The differentiation of.

    Amphibian - Amphibian - Form and function: Although the structure of the muscular, skeletal, and other anatomical systems are specifically modified for each group, amphibians are often set apart from other groups of animals by their characteristic skin, or integument, and evolutionary advances in vision and hearing. The circulatory and respiratory systems work with the integument to provide. Narins PM, Zelick R. The effects of noise on auditory processing and behavior in amphibians. In: Fritzsch B, Ryan MJ, Wilczynski W, editors. The evolution of the amphibian auditory system. New York: John Wiley; pp. –


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The Evolution of the amphibian auditory system (Wiley series in neurobiology) Hardcover – January 1, by Bernd Fritzsch (Author), T. Hetherington (Author), M.J. Ryan (Author), W. Walkowiad (Author), W. Wilczynski (Author) & 2 moreAuthor: Bernd Fritzsch, T.

Hetherington, M.J. Ryan. Chapters discuss amphibian phylogeny, the anatomy and physiology of the peripheral auditory system, the anatomy and physiology of central auditory areas, specialized topics in sound localization, the development of the amphibian auditory system (including changes that occur during metamorphosis), acoustic communication in anurans, selected topics in the evolution of amphibian.

HERPETOLOGICAL NOTES The evolution of the amphibian auditory system. Fritzsch, M. J Ryan, W. Wilczynski, T. Heth-erington and W. Walkowiak (eds.). Evolution of the amphibian auditory system. New York: Wiley, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Bernd Fritzsch.

Buy a cheap copy of The Evolution of the Amphibian Auditory book by M.J. Ryan. Based on a workshop held at the University of Bielefeld in Germany in Marchthis book presents the work of researchers from a diversity of fields, from Free shipping over $ The Evolution of the Amphibian Auditory System (Neurobiology S.) | Fritzsch, Bernd, etc., Hetherington, T., Ryan, M.J., Walkowiad, W., Wilczynski, W.

| ISBN Format: Gebundenes Buch. The evolution of the auditory system of tetrapods has been the topic of numerous investigations on the middle ear (e.g., Reichert ; Gaupp; de Burlet ; Thomson ; Henson   As models for vertebrate auditory systems, amphibians have been the source of extensive, ground-breaking research on hearing, the nervous system and acoustic communication.

This comprehensive review covers key issues in amphibian hearing and communication in depth. About this book. As models for vertebrate auditory systems, amphibians have been the source of extensive, ground-breaking research on hearing, the nervous system and acoustic communication.

This comprehensive review covers key issues in amphibian hearing and communication in depth. This book reviews the growing literature that is consistent with the hypothesis that hormones can regulate auditory physiology and perception across a broad range of animal taxa, including humans.

Understanding how hormones modulate auditory function has far reaching implications for advancing our. About this book. The function of vertebrate hearing is served by a surprising variety of sensory structures in the different groups of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

This book discusses the origin, specialization, and functional properties of sensory hair cells, beginning with environmental constraints on acoustic systems and addressing in detail the evolutionary history behind modern structure and. Amphibian - Amphibian - Evolution and classification: Amphibians were not the first tetrapods, but as a group they diverged from the stock that would soon, in a paleontological sense, become the amniotes and the ancestors of modern reptiles and amphibians.

Tetrapods are descendants from a group of sarcopterygian (lobe-finned) fishes. Precisely which group of sarcopterygians is still debated. This book discusses the origin, specialization, and functional properties of sensory hair cells, beginning with environmental constraints on acoustic systems and addressing in detail the evolutionary history behind modern structure and function in the vertebrate ear.

Evolutionary Neuroscience is a collection of articles in brain evolution selected from the recent comprehensive reference, Evolution of Nervous Systems (Elsevier, Academic Press, ). The selected chapters cover a broad range of topics from historical theory to the most recent deductions from comparative studies of brains.

The function of vertebrate hearing is served by a surprising variety of sensory structures in the different groups of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

This book. Evolution Of The Vertebrate Auditory System. The function of vertebrate hearing is served by a surprising variety of sensory structures in the different groups of fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, and mammals.

This book discusses the origin, specialization, and functional properties of sensory hair cells, beginning with environmental constraints on acoustic systems and addressing in detail the evolutionary. The evolution of the amphibian auditory system,Ultrasonic frogs show hyperacute phonotaxis to female courtship calls.

JX Shen, AS Feng, ZM Xu, ZL Yu, VS Arch, XJ Yu, PM Narins. Nature (),Seismic communication in anuran amphibians. Request PDF | Evolution of the Vertebrate Auditory System | The function of vertebrate hearing is served by a surprising variety of sensory structures in the different groups of fish, amphibians.

See all books authored by Bernd Fritzsch, including Sensing Sound: Neurobiology of the Acquisition of a Novel Sense and Its Societal Impact, and The Evolution of the Amphibian Auditory System (Neurobiology), and more on In the auditory system, the columella contributes to hearing in amphibians, reptiles and columella form thin, bony structures in the interior of the skull and serve the purpose of an is an evolutionary homolog of the stapes, one of the auditory ossicles in mammals.

In many species, the extracolumella is a cartilagenous structure that grows in association with the columella. 8. Jaslow, A. P., Hetherington, T. E. & Lombard, R. E. in The Evolution of the Amphibian Auditory System (ed. Fritzsch, B.) 69–91 (Wiley, New York, ). Google.This book also tackles the physiology of amphibian cells in culture.

Furthermore, the animals' nervous, visual, and auditory systems; their immunity; and metamorphosis are explained in this text. This reference will be useful to general biologists and to students with interests in animal physiology.Smotherman M, Narins R () Evolution of the amphibian ear.

In: Manley GA, Popper AN, Fay RR (eds) Evolution of the vertebrate auditory system. Springer, Berlin Heidelberg New York, pp .