By H. W. Ades, A. Axelsson, I. L. Baird, G. v. Békésy, R. L. Boord, C. B. G. Campbell, O. Densert, D. H. Eldredge, H. Engström, J. Fex, J. M. Harrison, O. W. Henson, M. E. Howe, S. Iurato, A. Michelsen, A. R. Møller, R. R. Pfeiffer, S. Rauch, I. Rauch, E. A.
In making plans The guide volumes on Audition, we, the editors, made the choice that there will be many authors, each one writing in regards to the paintings within the box that he knew most sensible via his personal study, instead of a number of authors who could assessment components of study with which they lacked first hand familiarity. For the needs of the chapters on Audition, sensory body structure has been outlined very greatly to incorporate reviews from the various disciplines that give a contribution to our knowing of the buildings all for listening to and the tactics that happen in those constructions in guy and in decrease animals. a couple of chapters on certain subject matters were integrated as a way to current details that will no longer be lined by means of the standard chapters facing anatomical, physi ological and behavioral elements of listening to. we want to thank all authors of the volumes on Audition for the contributions that they have got made. We think convinced that their efforts can also be liked by way of the numerous scientists and clinicians who will utilize the instruction manual for a few years to come back. WOLF D. KEIDEL WILLIAM D. NEFF Erlangen Bloomington August 1974 Contents creation. by way of G. v. BEKESY t. With three Figures. . . . . . . . 1 bankruptcy 1 attention of the Acoustic Stimulus. through R. R. PFEIFFER. With bankruptcy 2 19 Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . nine Comparative Anatomy of the center Ear. by way of O. W. HENSON Jr. With bankruptcy three 23 Figures. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39 . . . . .
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Terrestrial and Semiaquatic Urodela C. Apoda (Gymnophiona) . . . . 74 74 74 76 77 78 79 79 79 80 81 VI. Mammal-Like Reptiles and Evolutionary Changes Leading to the Mammalian Middle Ear. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 81 40 O. W. : Comparative Anatomy of the Middle Ear VII. Mammals. . . . . . . . . A. Generalized Morphological Pattern . . . 1. Tympanic Bone and Tympanic Membrane. 2. The Middle Ear Cavity and Eustachian Tube 3. Malleus. 4. Incus . . . . 5. Stapes .
Aquatic Reptiles . . 1. Turtles (Chelonia or Testudinata) 2. Marine Lizards. . . . . 3. Fish Reptiles (Ichthyopterygia) . C. "Earless", Fossorial and Burrowing Reptiles. 1. Burrowing Lizards. . . 2. Snakes (Ophidia). . . . . . 3. Sphenodon (Rhynchocephalia). . . 4. Old World Chameleons (Chamaeleonidae) 56 56 56 59 64 65 65 68 68 70 70 71 73 73 V. Amphibia A. Anura. 1. Tadpoles 2. Changes During Metamorphosis 3. Adult Semiaquatic and Terrestrial Anura 4. Aquatic Frogs. . 5. Burrowing Anurans .
1 A, B). Furthermore the membranous areas of the labyrinth face laterally rather than toward the swimbladder and the opisthotic bone (one of five basic ossification centers of the otic capsule of vertebrates) forms a scale-like covering over the articulation of the other bones making up the otic capsule. As shown in Fig. 1, the swimbladder is more closely associated with the auditory region in Holocentrus ascensionis than in H. suborbitalis. This appears to be the result of both posterior elongation of the auditory region (prootic bone) and anterior expansion of the swimbladder.
Auditory System: Anatomy Physiology (Ear) by H. W. Ades, A. Axelsson, I. L. Baird, G. v. Békésy, R. L. Boord, C. B. G. Campbell, O. Densert, D. H. Eldredge, H. Engström, J. Fex, J. M. Harrison, O. W. Henson, M. E. Howe, S. Iurato, A. Michelsen, A. R. Møller, R. R. Pfeiffer, S. Rauch, I. Rauch, E. A.