Amphibian Biology: Sensory perception

Amphibian Biology: Sensory perception

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Third in a multi-volume work providing detailed information about aspects of amphibian biology. This volume examines amphibian sensory systems and considers the similarities and differences among the sensory systems of different groups of amphibians. Discusses smell and the vomeronasal system, taste, vision, hearing, skin sensations such as pressure and pain, and magnetoreception. Includes references and index. The contributors are experts in their fields and are employed in various universities. The other publications of the series editor, Heatwole, include 'The Ecology of Reptiles'.... a diffuse group of cells were labelled that were localized primarily in the rostral portion of the fused ganglion of IX-X (Nagai and Matsushima 1990). ... Like the hindbrain of all vertebrates examined to date, that of urodeles possesses a well defined primary gustatory ... 3. Summary diagram of pre- 752 AMPHIBIAN BIOLOGY.

Title:Amphibian Biology: Sensory perception
Author: Harold Heatwole
Publisher:Surrey Beatty and Sons - 1998

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