Neural timing of stimulus events with microsecond precision.
Luo, Jinhong; Macias, Silvio; Ness, Torbjørn V; Einevoll, Gaute T; Zhang, Kechen; Moss, Cynthia F.
; 16(10): e2006422, 2018 10.
Artigo em Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-30365484
Echo interval and not echo intensity drives bat flight behavior in structured corridors.
Amplitude- and duration-sensitivity of single-on and double-on neurons to CF-FM stimuli in inferior colliculus of Pratt's roundleaf bat (Hipposideros pratti).
Natural echolocation sequences evoke echo-delay selectivity in the auditory midbrain of the FM bat, Eptesicus fuscus.
Behaviorally relevant frequency selectivity in single- and double-on neurons in the inferior colliculus of the Pratt's roundleaf bat, Hipposideros pratti.
Monaural and binaural inhibition underlying duration-tuned neurons in the inferior colliculus.
Effect of echolocation behavior-related constant frequency-frequency modulation sound on the frequency tuning of inferior collicular neurons in Hipposideros armiger.
Duration tuning in the inferior colliculus of the mustached bat.
Sound-evoked oscillation and paradoxical latency shift in the inferior colliculus neurons of the big fruit-eating bat, Artibeus jamaicensis.
Multiple mechanisms shape selectivity for FM sweep rate and direction in the pallid bat inferior colliculus and auditory cortex.
Representation of echo roughness and its relationship to amplitude-modulation processing in the bat auditory midbrain.