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Electrophysiology of chemosensory systems and analysis of caudata behavior

, : Electrophysiology of chemosensory systems and analysis of caudata behavior. Zhurnal Obshchei Biologii 49(1): 84-94

Possibilities of using data obtained in electrophysiological experiments for studying chemosensory organization of behavioral reactions in Caudata are considered. Electrophysiological studies of Caudata chemoreception are mostly directed at mechanisms of afferent signal processing, and are weakly correlated with analysis of Caudata behavior. The difference in productivity of complex studies of vision and chemosensory systems is discussed. A number of requirements allow coordination of various directions of studies of olfactory, vomeronasal, and taste systems of Caudata.

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