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A study on transduction and transmission in catfish ampullary electroreceptor organs

by Mieke Leuntje Struik

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Published by s.n.] in [S.l .
Written in English


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StatementMieke Leuntje Struik
The Physical Object
Pagination75 p.
Number of Pages75
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Open LibraryOL27090009M
ISBN 109039327777
ISBN 109789039327777
OCLC/WorldCa67055041


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Ampullary organs of the transparent catfish, Kryptopterus bicirrhus, are present in large numbers on the head and in a regular pattern of lines on the body and fins. The organs lie in the. Transduction mechanism of the ampullary electroreceptors of the marine catfish Plotosus consists of three sequential processes: modulation of spontaneous receptor cell activity, graded synaptic transfer, and encoding into the afferent impulses.

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This chapter discusses electroreceptors and magnetoreceptors. The chapter considers the morphology and physiology of both ampullary and tuberous electroreceptors, including several reviews. It is mentioned that ampullary receptors are tuned and respond to low-frequency stimuli, with best frequencies generally between and 20 by: 1.

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The lateral line found in some amphibians and fishes has two distinctive classes of sensory organs: mechanoreceptors (neuromasts) and electroreceptors (ampullary organs).

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