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Movement perception by the movement fibre in the optic tract of the crayfish--analysis of temporal factors in movement perception



Movement perception by the movement fibre in the optic tract of the crayfish--analysis of temporal factors in movement perception



Iyo Denshi to Seitai Kogaku. Japanese Journal of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering 10(2): 186-195




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