5 edition of Sensory abilities of cetaceans found in the catalog.
|Statement||edited by Jeanette A. Thomas and Ronald A. Kastelein.|
|Series||NATO ASI series. Series A, Life sciences ;, vol. 196, NATO ASI series., v. 196.|
|Contributions||Thomas, Jeanette A., Kastelein, Ronald A., North Atlantic Treaty Organization. Scientific Affairs Division., International Theriological Congress on Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans (5th : 1989 : Rome, Italy)|
|LC Classifications||QL737.C4 S445 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 710 p. :|
|Number of Pages||710|
|LC Control Number||90047395|
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Thomas and Ronald A. Kastelein （NATO ASI series, ser. Life sciences ; v. ） Plenum Press, These are the sources and citations used to research Cetaceans.
This bibliography was generated on Cite This For Me on Monday, Ma from book Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans: Laboratory and Field Evidence. Series A: Life Sciences (pp) Best Vision Zones in the Retinae of Some Cetaceans However, as the musculature and locomotor abilities improved in primitive animals, there would be selection for more accurate homing and orientation abilities.
In most sensory systems this is accomplished by increasing the number of receptors and the complexity of the neural circuits that extract environmentally relevant › 百度文库 › 说明书.
Tactile Sensitivity, Somatosensory Responses, Skin Vibrations, and the Skin Surface Ridges of the Bottle-Nose Dolphin, Tursiops Truncatus Chapter January This book is a collection of original research papers given at a symposium entitled "Sensory Systems and Behavior of Aquatic Mammals", hosted by the USSR Academy of Sciences.
The meeting was held in Moscow from 16 to 25 October, and involved nearly scientists from around the world. The major headings of the book correspond to the session topics at the symposium. This meeting was not Cultural transmission of behavior in animals: how a modern training technology uses spontaneous social imitation in cetaceans and facilitates social imitation in horses and dogs.
Behavioral and Brain Sciences, 24(2), – Boat, B., Loar, L., and Pryor, K. (, Summer). Clicker Training: The Training Game–More than meets the eye or the This book is actually a product of efforts of many people, not only of the authors.
W ide investigations of marine mammals began in Russia (that time, in the former Soviet Union) in the s when a few teams of enthusiasts founded in captivity experimental stations intended for keeping dolphins and seals and for performing experimental studies of these fascinating animals. It was a time when Cetacean brain evolution - Volume 11 Issue 1 - S.
Ridgway, F. Wood. To send this article to your Kindle, first ensure [email protected] is added to your Approved Personal Document E-mail List under your Personal Document Settings on the Manage Your Content and Devices page of your Amazon :// River dolphins are a polyphyletic group of fully aquatic mammals that reside exclusively in freshwater or brackish are an informal grouping of dolphins, which itself is a paraphyletic group within the infraorder river dolphins comprise the extant families Platanistidae (the Indian dolphins) (Old World family), Iniidae (the Amazonian dolphins) and Pontoporiidae (the The contributors review a wide range of topics, including vocalization, abstract reasoning abilities, imitation and learning, social cognition, echolocation, and ethical issues in working with book begins by examining the dolphin brain and its evolution, the anatomy of its unique sound production and reception systems, and its I am interested in the sensory systems of marine mammals and started with vision in clawless otters.
Lately I have focused on hearing and echolocation in cetaceans. I have worked closely with collaborators to develop a reasonable way to measure hearing in cetaceans and polar bears measuring brain wave patterns and amplitudes in response to :// Since the system is so large in cetaceans, and the unique paralimbic lobe merges with the cortex, it is believed that the lobe may create a mixture of both emotional and cognitive thinking.
The paralimbic lobe is also believed to be a continuation of the sensory and 'This book provides an invaluable, cutting-edge, analytical foundation that will have immediate benefits to those applying passive acoustic tools and analyses in these areas this hands-on volume is clearly a major contribution to the field and must be regarded as required reading for those using passive listening methods to study these Cetaceans are divided into two parvorders: the largest parvorder, Mysticeti (baleen whales), is characterized by the presence of baleen, a sieve-like structure in the upper jaw made of keratin, which it uses to filter plankton, among others, from the water; Odontocetes (toothed whales) are characterized by bearing sharp teeth for hunting, as opposed to their counterparts' :// The special sensory organs in cetaceans include the eyes, ears, and echolocation system.
Unlike pinnipeds, cetaceans spend all their time in the water so their sensory systems do not need to function as well in air.
Indeed, as fully aquatic animals, cetaceans have become superbly adapted to take advantage of the physical properties of :// The omnipresent electric fields produced by some animals function like senses.
Electric eels and some species of rays have modified muscle cells that produce electric charges strong enough to shock and sometimes kill their prey. Other fish (including many sharks) use weaker electric fields to help them navigate murky waters, home in on prey or monitor their :// Discover Book Depository's huge selection of Jeanette Thomas books online.
Free delivery worldwide on over 20 million :// Robert Burkard, in International Encyclopedia of Public Health (Second Edition), Acoustics. As a sensory system, hearing is typically tested by presentation of a sound and evaluation of the response of the auditory response could be a mechanical response (in the case of some acoustic impedance testing), an electrical response (in the case of AEPs), a voluntary motor response Individual recognition of cetaceans: use of photo-identification and other techniques to estimate population parameters: incorporating the proceedings of the Symposium and Workshop on Individual Recognition and the Estimation of Cetacean Population Parameters / edited by Philip S.
Hammond, Sally A. Mizroch, and Gregory P. Donovan At the Rome symposium on sensory abilities of cetaceans inwe gave qualitative evidence that a dolphin reaching a target with its eyes covered by suction cups can program and reprogram its motion trajectory during different phases of pursuit strategy (searching, tracking and attacking the target).
This book is a succinct yet comprehensive text devoted to the systematics, evolution, morphology, ecology, physiology, and behavior of marine mammals.
The first edition, considered the leading text in the field, is required reading for all marine biologists concerned with marine :// In: Thomas JA, Kastelein RA (eds) Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans: Laboratory and Field Evidence, New York: Plenum Press, pp National Research Council of the National Academies,Marine Mammal Populations and Ocean Noise, The National Academies Press, Washington, :// In terms of associative abilities, essentially how much brainpower can be used for problem solving and connecting ideas versus how much is devoted to primary sensory projection, Cetaceans outscore every animal on the planet – including us.
Even relative to their gigantic bodies, their brains are the largest ever to have evolved on this :// reaching the animal mind, animal training, dolphin training, whale training, purpoise training, In Sensory Abilities of Cetaceans, ed.
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