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Studies on the electroencephalogram in ruminants. X. Effects of the noise on the electroencephalogram and lactation in goats



Studies on the electroencephalogram in ruminants. X. Effects of the noise on the electroencephalogram and lactation in goats



Journal of the Faculty of Agriculture, Iwate University 14(4): 319-336



Five lactating goats were exposed to a simple sound of 3 kHz frequency, traffic noise, radio 'talk' or jet aircraft noise at intensities of 60-98 phons every other hour for 24 hours. EEG recordings showed that the cumulative appearance time (CAT) of low amplitude fast waves increased with noise intensity, but that of high amplitude slow waves and of mixed waves decreased. The sound source did not affect EEG pattern except in one goat in which simple sound produced less response.

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