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    1. MacIver, MA; Nelson, ME
      Towards a biorobotic electrosensory system

      AUTONOMOUS ROBOTS
    2. Chacron, MJ; Longtin, A; Maler, L
      Simple models of bursting and non-bursting P-type electroreceptors

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    3. Kashimori, Y; Minagawa, M; Inoue, S; Hoshino, O; Kambara, T
      A neural model of electrosensory system making electrolocation of weakly electric fish

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    4. Kawasaki, M
      Cutaneous electrical oscillation in a weakly electric fish, Gymnarchus niloticus

      JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE PHYSIOLOGY A-SENSORY NEURAL AND BEHAVIORAL PHYSIOLOGY
    5. Lewis, JE; Maler, L
      Neuronal population codes and the perception of object distance in weakly electric fish

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    6. Chacron, MJ; Longtin, A; Maler, L
      Negative interspike interval correlations increase the neuronal capacity for encoding time-dependent stimuli

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    7. Mouritsen, H
      Navigation in birds and other animals

      IMAGE AND VISION COMPUTING
    8. Schuster, S
      Count and spark? The echo response of the weakly electric fish Gnathonemuspetersii to series of pulses

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    9. MacIver, MA; Sharabash, NM; Nelson, ME
      Prey-capture behavior in gymnotid electric fish: Motion analysis and effects of water conductivity

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    10. Aguilera, PA; Castello, ME; Caputi, AA
      Electroreception in Gymnotus carapo: Differences between self-generated and conspecific-generated signal carriers

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    11. Kashimori, Y; Kambara, T
      A role of synaptic variation depending on precise timings of pre- and postsynaptic depolarization in suppression of disturbance due to tail bending for accurate electrolocation

      NEUROCOMPUTING
    12. Sicardi, EA; Caputi, AA; Budelli, R
      Physical basis of distance discrimination in weakly electric fish

      PHYSICA A
    13. Nanjappa, P; Brand, L; Lannoo, MJ
      Swimming patterns associated with foraging in phylogenetically and ecologically diverse American weakly electric teleosts (Gymnotiformes)

      ENVIRONMENTAL BIOLOGY OF FISHES
    14. Ratnam, R; Nelson, ME
      Nonrenewal statistics of electrosensory afferent spike trains: Implications for the detection of weak sensory signals

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSCIENCE
    15. Schuster, S
      Changes in the electric organ discharge after pausing the electromotor system of Gymnotus carapo

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    16. von der Emde, G
      Orientation in the dark: Brain circuits involved in the perception of electric signals in mormyrid electric fish

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MORPHOLOGY
    17. Peters, RC; Loos, WJG; Bretschneider, F; Baretta, AB
      Electroreception in catfish: Patterns from motion

      BELGIAN JOURNAL OF ZOOLOGY
    18. Assad, C; Rasnow, B; Stoddard, PK
      Electric organ discharges and electric images during electrolocation

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    19. Nelson, ME; Maciver, MA
      Prey capture in the weakly electric fish Apteronotus albifrons: Sensory acquisition strategies and electrosensory consequences

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    20. Bastian, J
      Plasticity of feedback inputs in the apteronotid electrosensory system

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY
    21. Shuai, J; Kashimori, Y; Hoshino, O; Kambara, T; von der Emde, G
      Electroreceptor model of weakly electric fish Gnathonemus petersii: II. Cellular origin of inverse waveform tuning

      BIOPHYSICAL JOURNAL
    22. VONDEREMDE G
      CAPACITANCE DETECTION IN THE WAVE-TYPE ELECTRIC FISH EIGENMANNIA DURING ACTIVE ELECTROLOCATION

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    23. VONDEREMDE G; BLECKMANN H
      FINDING FOOD - SENSES INVOLVED IN FORAGING FOR INSECT LARVAE IN THE ELECTRIC FISH GNATHONEMUS-PETERSII

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    24. CAPUTI AA; SILVA AC; MACADAR O
      THE ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGE OF BRACHYHYPOPOMUS-PINNICAUDATUS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    25. SHUAI J; KASHIMORI Y; KAMBARA T
      ELECTRORECEPTOR MODEL OF THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH GNATHONEMUS-PETERSII - I - THE MODEL AND THE ORIGIN OF DIFFERENCES BETWEEN A-RECEPTORS AND B-RECEPTORS

      Biophysical journal
    26. KAWASAKI M
      JAMMING AVOIDANCE RESPONSES IN WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISHES - A BIOLOGICAL VIEW OF SIGNAL-PROCESSING

      IEICE transactions on fundamentals of electronics, communications and computer science
    27. VONDEREMDE G; BLECKMANN H
      WAVE-FORM TUNING OF ELECTRORECEPTOR CELLS IN THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH, GNATHONEMUS-PETERSII

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    28. NELSON ME; XU Z; PAYNE JR
      CHARACTERIZATION AND MODELING OF P-TYPE ELECTROSENSORY AFFERENT RESPONSES TO AMPLITUDE MODULATIONS IN A WAVE-TYPE ELECTRIC FISH

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    29. GUO YX; KAWASAKI M
      REPRESENTATION OF ACCURATE TEMPORAL INFORMATION IN THE ELECTROSENSORYSYSTEM OF THE AFRICAN ELECTRIC FISH, GYMNARCHUS-NILOTICUS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    30. HOPKINS CD; SHIEH KT; MCBRIDE DW; WINSLOW M
      A QUANTITATIVE-ANALYSIS OF PASSIVE ELECTROLOCATION BEHAVIOR IN ELECTRIC FISH

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    31. FORTUNE ES; ROSE GJ
      TEMPORAL FILTERING PROPERTIES OF AMPULLARY ELECTROSENSORY NEURONS IN THE TORUS-SEMICIRCULARIS OF EIGENMANNIA - EVOLUTIONARY AND COMPUTATIONAL IMPLICATIONS

      Brain, behavior and evolution
    32. GREEN RL
      HOW LESIONING THE NUCLEUS PRAEEMINENTIALIS AFFECTS ELECTROLOCATION BEHAVIOR IN THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH, APTERONOTUS-LEPTORHYNCHUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    33. RASNOW B; BOWER JM
      THE ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGES OF THE GYMNOTIFORM FISHES .1. APTERONOTUS-LEPTORHYNCHUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    34. RASNOW B
      THE EFFECTS OF SIMPLE OBJECTS ON THE ELECTRIC-FIELD OF APTERONOTUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    35. ALBERT JS; FINK WL
      STERNOPYGUS XINGU, A NEW SPECIES OF ELECTRIC FISH FROM BRAZIL (TELEOSTEI, GYMNOTOIDEI), WITH COMMENTS ON THE PHYLOGENETIC POSITION OF STERNOPYGUS

      Copeia
    36. SHIEH KT; WILSON W; WINSLOW M; MCBRIDE DW; HOPKINS CD
      SHORT-RANGE ORIENTATION IN ELECTRIC FISH - AN EXPERIMENTAL-STUDY OF PASSIVE ELECTROLOCATION

      Journal of Experimental Biology
    37. VONDEREMDE G; ZELICK R
      BEHAVIORAL DETECTION OF ELECTRIC SIGNAL WAVE-FORM DISTORTION IN THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH, GNATHONEMUS-PETERSII

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    38. FALCONI A; BORDE M; HENANDEZCRUZ A; MORALES FR
      MAUTHNER CELL-INITIATED ABRUPT INCREASE OF THE ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGE IN THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH GYMNOTUS-CARAPO

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    39. VONDEREMDE G; RONACHER B
      PERCEPTION OF ELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF OBJECTS IN ELECTROLOCATING WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH - 2-DIMENSIONAL SIMILARITY SCALING REVEALS A CITY-BLOCK METRIC

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    40. VONDEREMDE G; BELL CC
      RESPONSES OF CELLS IN THE MORMYRID ELECTROSENSORY LOBE TO EODS WITH DISTORTED WAVE-FORMS - IMPLICATIONS FOR CAPACITANCE DETECTION

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    41. TURNER RW; MALER L; DEERINCK T; LEVINSON SR; ELLISMAN MH
      TTX-SENSITIVE DENDRITIC SODIUM-CHANNELS UNDERLIE OSCILLATORY DISCHARGE IN A VERTEBRATE SENSORY NEURON

      The Journal of neuroscience
    42. CAIN P; GERIN W; MOLLER P
      SHORT-RANGE NAVIGATION OF THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH, GNATHONEMUS-PETERSII L (MORMYRIDAE, TELEOSTEI), IN NOVEL AND FAMILIAR ENVIRONMENTS

      Ethology
    43. BASTIAN J
      ELECTROSENSORY ORGANISMS

      Physics today
    44. RASNOW B; ASSAD C; BOWER JM
      PHASE AND AMPLITUDE MAPS OF THE ELECTRIC ORGAN DISCHARGE OF THE WEAKLY ELECTRIC FISH, APTERONOTUS-LEPTORHYNCHUS

      Journal of comparative physiology. A, Sensory, neural, and behavioral physiology
    45. METZNER W
      THE JAMMING AVOIDANCE-RESPONSE IN EIGENMANNIA IS CONTROLLED BY 2 SEPARATE MOTOR PATHWAYS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    46. VONDEREMDE G
      THE SENSING OF ELECTRICAL CAPACITANCES BY WEAKLY ELECTRIC MORMYRID FISH - EFFECTS OF WATER CONDUCTIVITY

      Journal of Experimental Biology


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