Department for Comparative Neurobiology

Journal Article (9)

Journal Article
Nalbach, H.-O.: Translational head movements of pigeons in response to a rotating pattern: characteristics and tool to analyse mechanisms underlying detection of rotational and translational optical flow. Experimental Brain Research 92 (1), pp. 27 - 38 (1992)
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Wagner, H.; Takahashi, T.: Influence of temporal cues on acoustic motion-direction sensitivity of auditory neurons in the owl. Journal of Neurophysiology 68 (6), pp. 2063 - 2076 (1992)
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Antkowiak, B.; Kirschfeld, K.: Enflurane is a potent inhibitor of high conductance Ca2+‐activated K+' channels of Chara australis. FEBS Letters 313 (3), pp. 281 - 284 (1992)
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Feiler, R.; Bjornson, R.; Kirschfeld, K.; Mismer, D.; Rubin, G.; Smith, D.; Socolich, M.; Zuker, C.: Ectopic Expression of Ultraviolet-Rhodopsins in the Blue Photoreceptor Cells of Drosophila: Visual Physiology and Photochemistry of Transgenic Animals. The Journal of Neuroscience 12 (10), pp. 3862 - 3868 (1992)
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Kröger, R.: Methods to estimate dispersion in vertebrate ocular media. Journal of the Optical Society of America A 9 (9), pp. 1486 - 1490 (1992)
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Sandler, C.; Kirschfeld, K.: Light-induced changes in extracellular calcium concentration in the compound eye of Calliphora, Locusta and Apis. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 171 (5), pp. 573 - 581 (1992)
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Schaeffel, F.; Wagner, H.: Barn owls have symmetrical accommodation in both eyes, but independent pupillary responses to light. Vision Research 32 (6), pp. 1149 - 1155 (1992)
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Wehrhahn, C.; Rapf, D.: ON- and OFF-pathways form separate neural substrates for motion perception: Psychophysical evidence. The Journal of Neuroscience 12 (6), pp. 2247 - 2250 (1992)
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Kirschfeld, K.: Oscillations in the insect brain: do they correspond to the cortical gamma-waves of vertebrates? Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 89 (10), pp. 4764 - 4768 (1992)

Book Chapter (1)

Book Chapter
Wehrhahn, C.: Temporal resolution in vision: psychophysical experiments and neural structure. In: Analysis and modeling of neural systems, pp. 199 - 205 (Ed. Eeckman, F.). Kluwer, Boston, MA, USA (1992)

Conference Paper (3)

Conference Paper
Kirschfeld, K.: Wie wird im Verlaufe der Evolution optimiert? "Erfindungen" im Komplexauge der Stubenfliege. In: Technische Biologie und Bionik 1: 1. Bionik-Kongress, Wiesbaden 1992, pp. 39 - 52 (Ed. Nachtigall, W.). 1. Bionik-Kongress, Wiesbaden, Germany, June 11, 1992 - June 13, 1992. Fischer, Stuttgart, Germany (1992)
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Kröger, R.; Kirschfeld, K.: The cornea as an optical element in the cetacean eye. In: Marine Mammal Sensory Systems, pp. 97 - 106 (Eds. Thomas, J.; Kastelein, R.; Supin, A.). Symposium on Sensory Systems of Aquatic Mammals 1991, Moskva, Russian Federation, October 16, 1991 - October 19, 1991. Plenum Press, New York, NY, USA (1992)
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Wehrhahn, C.: Some Quantitative Remarks about the Retina, the Primary Visual Cortex, and Visual Perception in Humans. In: Information processing in the cortex: Experiments and theory, pp. 179 - 188 (Eds. Aertsen, A.; Braitenberg, V.). Meeting on Theoretical Brain Science, Schloss Ringberg, Germany, April 18, 1990 - April 20, 1990. Springer, Berlin, Germany (1992)

Meeting Abstract (1)

Meeting Abstract
Lee, B.; Westheimer, G.; Wehrhahn, C.; Kremers, J.: Detection of edge displacement by primate ganglion cells and human observers. In Perception, 21 (ECVP Abstract Supplement), p. 4. Fifteenth European Conference on Visual Perception (ECVP 1992), Pisa, Italy, August 30, 1992 - September 03, 1992. Pion Ltd., London (1992)

Poster (2)

Lee, B.; Westheimer, G.; Wehrhahn, C.; Kremers, J.: Macaque ganglion cell responses to a stimulus that elicits hyperacuity in man. Annual Meeting of the Association for Research in Vision and Ophthalmology (ARVO 1992), Sarasota, FL, USA (1992)
Krapp, H.; Hengstenberg, R.: Reliability of a fast method to determine locally the preferred direction of motion sensitive neurons. 20. Göttinger Neurobiologentagung, Göttingen, Germany (1992)
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