Manley, G. A. and Gleich, Otto and Leppelsack, H.-J. and Oeckinghaus, H. (1985) Activity patterns of cochlear ganglion neurones in the starling. Journal of Comparative Physiology A: Sensory, Neural, and Behavioral Physiology 157 (2), pp. 161-181.
1. Spontaneous activity and responses to simple tonal stimuli were studied in cochlear ganglion neurones of the starling. 2. Both regular and irregular spontaneous activity were recorded (Figs. I to 5). Non-auditory cells have their origin in the macula lagenae. Mean spontaneous rate for auditory cells (all irregularly spiking) was 45 spikes s-1. 3. In half the units having characteristic ...
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