Biology Of Sensory Systems

Author: C. U. M. Smith
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 0470694386
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Polychaetes are often large, active forms with well-developed nervous systems
and sense organs. ... Arthropods inhabit all the world's environments and range
in size from microscopic mites to large spider crabs measuring well over a metre
 ...

Plant Resistance To Arthropods

Author: C. Michael Smith
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9781402037016
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If this situation exists in a plant-arthropod interaction, a potential pest chooses to
select an alternate host plant. The term ... ARTHROPOD SENSORY SYSTEMS
INVOLVED IN HOST SELECTION Understanding how antixenosis functions in
the ...

Sensory Ecology Behaviour And Evolution

Author: Martin Stevens
Publisher: OUP Oxford
ISBN: 0191651478
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Sensory systems have evolved to detect important cues and stimuli from the
environment, and to discriminate these from noise (environmental or
physiological) or other ... Greenfield (2002) covers sensory systems in arthropods
in detail.

Orientation And Communication In Arthropods

Author: Miriam Lehrer
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 9783764356934
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It is the properties of the environment, as well as those of the goal itself, which
determine the sensory modality used in a ... It is a most striking phenomenon that
arthropods, no less than vertebrates, have developed sensory systems for ...

Intelligent Information Processing Iii

Author: K. Shimohara
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 0387446419
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Keynote Speaker: Javaan Singh Chahl Title: Autonomous Systems —
Biologically Inspired Subsystems Abstract: Biology ... been using the behavior
and sensory systems of arthropods as an inspiration for new autonomous
systems capability.

A Student S Text Book Of Zoology Tunicata Enteropneusta Echinodermata And Arthropoda The Introduction To Arthropoda The Crustacea And Xiphosura By J J Lister The Insecta And Arachnida By A E Shipley

Author: Adam Sedgwick
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The ventral system consists of a concentration of a diffuse subepithelial plexus,
found in most parts of the body in both ectoderm and endoderm. It is . mainly a
sensory system and supplies the skin, the feet and the gut. The ectodermal part of
 ...

Introduction To Dynamic Modeling Of Neuro Sensory Systems

Author: Robert B. Northrop
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 142004172X
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In another approach, the bulk behavior of large sensory networks such as the
vertebrate retina or the arthropod compound eye has been modeled using the
linear mathematics of engineering systems analysis. Each approach is valid in
the ...

Photostasis And Related Phenomena

Author: Theodore P. Williams
Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media
ISBN: 1489915494
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Sensory Systems of Arthropods. Birkhäuser, Basel. pp. 307–316. Renninger,
G. H., Kass, L., Gleeson, R. A., Van Dover, C. L., Battelle, B.-A., Jinks, R. N.,
Herzog, E. D., and Chamberlain, S.C. (1995). Sulfide as a chemical stimulus for
deep-sea ...