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Temporal relations between the pattern of the calling song and activity of auditory interneurons in the freely of moving cricket gryllus bimaculatus orthoptera gryllidae



Temporal relations between the pattern of the calling song and activity of auditory interneurons in the freely of moving cricket gryllus bimaculatus orthoptera gryllidae



Gribakin, F G , K Wiese And A V Popov (Ed ) Advances in Life Sciences: Sensory Systems And Communication in Arthropods: Including The First Comprehensive Collection Of Contributions By Soviet Scientists; Symposium, Leningrad, Russian Sfsr, Ussr, October 8-15, 1989 Xviii+423p Birkhaeuser Boston Inc : Secaucus, New Jersey, Usa; Basel, Switzerland Illus 285-288




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