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Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals (Progress in Zoology, Vol 41)

Horst Bleckmann

Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals (Progress in Zoology, Vol 41)

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Published by Lubrecht & Cramer, Limited .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishes (ichthyology),
  • Animal Physiology,
  • Hydrographic Biology,
  • Nature,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Marine Life,
  • Animals

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages115
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12706461M
    ISBN 10343730772X
    ISBN 109783437307720

      The hydrodynamic trails of fish belonging to the families Centrarchidae, Tetraodontidae and Cichlidae were investigated. Water movements were measured in six horizontal planes, spaced 10–12 mm apart, for up to 5 min after the passage of a fish, using a computer controlled array of modulated laser diodes. We measured continuously and non-continuously swimming ://


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41) Gustav Fischer, gw:   Consequently, hydrodynamic sensory systems have evolved many times in aquatic animals 3. But, although marine mammals are highly adapted to their aquatic environment, hydrodynamic   Aquatic animals often have to cope with conditions where visibility is drastically reduced.

Consequently, many aquatic species have sensory abilities that may supplement or even substitute vision, such as the active sonar system in toothed whales ().However, although pinnipeds underlie similar ecological demands, corresponding sensory abilities have remained unknown in these marine ://   Horst Bleckmann: Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals, Stuttgart, Gustav Fischer,ISBN X.

Weblinks. Abteilung für Vergleichende Sinnes- und Neurobiologie der Universität Bonn; Einzelnachweise Normdaten Horst Bleckmann: Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals. 1,00 €* st11 (gebundener Preis aufgehoben) jetzt kaufen. jetzt kaufen. Der FALKE - Das Journal für Vogelbeobachter Kostenloses Probeheft.

0,00 €* jetzt kaufen. jetzt kaufen. Hahn/Weibel (Hrsg.):   Bleckmann H () Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals. Progress in Zoology Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, Jena, New York Google Scholar   Hydrodynamic reception Last updated Ap Arthropods like these northern prawn, and some mammals, detect water movement with sensory hairs such as whiskers, bristles or antennae.

Hydrodynamic reception refers to the ability of some animals to sense water movements generated by biotic (conspecifics, predators, or prey) or abiotic form of mechanoreception is useful for (). Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals.

Sailing’ behaviour in the fishing spider, (). Slit sense organs: “Strain gauges” in the arachnid exoskeleton. Spectral sensitivities of wolf spider eyes. Bleckmann H Progress in Zoology: Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals 41st edn (Stuttgart, Jena, New York: Gustav Fischer-Verlag) pp 1– [16] Pohlmann K, Atema J and Breithaupt T The importance of the lateral line in nocturnal predation of piscivorous catfish J.

Exp. Biol. –8 Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals book H Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals (Stuttgart: Fischer) [34] Engelmann J, Hanke W, Mogdans J and Bleckmann H Neurobiology: hydrodynamic stimuli and the fish lateral line Nature 51–2 Yes, reviewing a book Divine Providence Download PDF can head to your shut friend's listings.

That is one among the options for Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals progress in zoology vol 41 Mediscript kommentierte examensfragen gk 2 je 2 bde Horst Bleckmann: Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals. 1,00 €* st11 (gebundener Preis aufgehoben) jetzt kaufen.

jetzt kaufen. Hahn/Weibel (Hrsg.): Evolutionäre Symmetrietheorie. 3,95 €* st80 (gebundener Preis aufgehoben) jetzt kaufen. jetzt kaufen. Karl-Heinz Berck: :// Hydrodynamic stimuli that can be detected by the lateral‐line system can occur at the water surface or in midwater (Figure 1).

Surface waves of biotic origin are for example caused by terrestrial insects falling into the water or by aquatic animals contacting the water–air interface in order to breathe or feed (Bleckmann, ).

When an animal swims, chemical and hydrodynamic stimuli persist in its wake for some time after it has left the vicinity (1, 2).Previous studies on predatory fish using olfactory or mechanosensory cues to localize moving prey are few in number and indirect (3, 4).Most studies on predator–prey interactions in fish have used predominantly visual predators under well lit conditions ().

The ageing of the low-frequency water disturbances caused by swimming goldfish and its possible relevance to prey detection. Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic.

and semiaquatic ://   Swimming fish leave wakes containing hydrodynamic and chemical traces. These traces mark their swim paths and could guide predators. We now show that nocturnal European catfish (Silurus glanis) locate a piscine prey (guppy, Poecilia reticulata) by accurately tracking its three-dimensional swim path before an attack in the absence of visible :// Dynamic trail-following in harbor seals (Phoca vitulina).

Science Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic ://   vii GENERAL INTRODUCTION 1 Motor control 3 Anatomy and innervation 5 Morphology 8 Sensitivity 8 References 15 CHAPTER 1: EFFECT OF ANGLE ON FLOW-INDUCED VIBRATIONS OF PINNIPED VIBRISSAE 20 Abstract 20 Introduction 21 Materials and Methods 25 Sample collection 25 Flume apparatus and vibration recordings 27 Calculated theoretical vibration frequency 29 CT   During hydrodynamic as well as haptic reception, harbour seals and sea lions protract their whiskers and then usually keep the hairs in the most forward position.

This way, most whiskers in the harbour seal face a flow field right in front of the animal with their narrow side, while in the sea lion, the wide side of the whiskers is directed Like many surface-dwelling animals, crocodiles and caimans show behavioral responses to capillary water surface waves (Soares,Leitch and Catania, ).

This observation is in line with electrophysiological studies showing that the nerve fibers that innervate ISOs are sensitive to hydrodynamic stimuli (Soares, ). Fish use sensors inside the lateral line trunk canal (LLTC) to detect the motion of water in their surroundings.

The LLTC is a complex sensory organ consisting of a long tube no more than a few millimeters in diameter embedded immediately under the skin of the fish on each side of its ://   Current Biology Magazine R Current Biol R–R, J © Elsevier Ltd All rights reserved the goalkeeper’s dive direction is a sequence   ER - TY - JOUR AU - McConney, M.

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ER - TY Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals (by) Horst Bleckmann Gustav Fischer Fortschritte der Zoologie = Progress in zoology / herausgegeben von Hans Bauer ; Redaktion, Gerhard Czihak Bd.

gw:us   Chapter 3 Literature Cited 2 11 Aubin, T. and P. Jouventin. Localisation of an acoustic signal in a noisy environment: the display call of the king penguin Aptenodytes l of Experimental Biology – 12 Authier, S. and G. Manley. A model of frequency tuning in the Literature Brainstem lateral line responses to sinusoidal wave stimuli in the goldfish, Carassius auratus Joachim Mogdans* and Sophia Kröther Institut für Zoologie, Universität Bonn, Germany Received J Accepted Octo Summary Extracellular recordings were made from single lateral line units in the medial octavolateralis nucleus in the brainstem of goldfish, Carassius :// Bleckmann H () Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals.

Gustav Fisher, Stuttgart Bleckmann H () Prey identification   Lamprey metamorphosis leads to considerable changes in morphology and behavior. We have recently reported that larval lampreys possess a functional lateral line system. Here we investigated metamorphic morphological changes in the lateral line system using light and electron microscopy.

Functional modifications were studied by recording the trunk lateral line nerve activity of larvae and   3. Bleckmann, H. Reception of Hydrodynamic Stimuli in Aquatic and Semiaquatic Animals (Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, Jena, New York, ).?error=cookies_not_supported&code=aa3eadac-6cf5.

Using a go/no go response paradigm, a tucuxi (Sotalia fluviatilis guianensis) was trained to respond to pure-tone signals for an underwater hearing test. Auditory thresholds were obtained from 4 to kHz. The audiogram curve shows that this Sotalia had an upper limit of hearing at kHz; from to kHz sensitivity decreased by dB/://   Animals.

Eleven wild-caught, adult individuals of Nautilus pompilius, originally collected in the Philippines and purchased through Sea-Dwelling Creatures™, California, were housed in a recirculating system at the Aquatic Research and Environmental Assessment Center (AREAC) at Brooklyn College of the City University of New animals were divided into two groups and kept separately in Title Sources; 3D flow in the venom channel of a spitting cobra: do the ridges in the fangs act as fluid guide vanes.

Bedeutung der Reizfrequenz und der Latenzzeit für die Beutelokalisation des Oberflächenfisches Aplocheilus   ware for biological motion that acts like an ideal detector, as seems to exist for other forms of simple and complex motion or spatial vision6,11– Instead, the results show that biological motion may be analysed by very sensitive, but flexible, mechanisms with variable efficiency.

One method of achieving variable efficiency would be () seeing biological   Bleckmann H () Reception of hydrodynamic stimuli in aquatic and semiaquatic animals. Gustav Fischer, Stuttgart, Jena, New York Hydrodynamics of the bluegill sunfish C-start escape response: three-dimensional simulations and comparison with experimental.

Remarkably, Zenarchopterus fed on pdf food items that archerfish shot down in pdf experiments, e.g. crickets, flies, beetles or pieces of bread. By nightfall, archerfish quickly ceased to catch food, whereas Zenarchopterus remained active (Figure 1B).

However, when tested in the laboratory — in absence of halfbeaks — they did hunt at night and were fully capable of downing prey at cd (15)  Nearly download pdf underwater vehicles and surface ships today use sonar and vision for imaging and navigation.

However, sonar and vision systems face various limitations, e.g., sonar blind zones, dark or murky environments, etc. Evolved over millions of years, fish use the lateral line, a distributed linear array of flow sensing organs, for underwater hydrodynamic imaging and information ://During ebook as well as haptic ebook, harbour seals and sea lions protract their whiskers and then usually keep the hairs in the most forward position.

This way, most whiskers in the harbour seal face a flow field right in front of the animal with their narrow side, while in the sea lion, the wide side of the whiskers is directed