Development of Auditory and Vestibular Systems by Raymond Romand, Isabel Varela-Nieto

By Raymond Romand, Isabel Varela-Nieto

Development of Auditory and Vestibular Systems fourth version offers an international and artificial view of the most facets of the improvement of the stato-acoustic process. distinct to this quantity is the joint dialogue of 2 sensory platforms that, even though shut on the embryological level, current divergences in the course of improvement and later display conspicuous practical adjustments on the grownup degree. This paintings covers the advance of auditory receptors as much as the primary auditory process from a number of animal versions, together with people. assurance of the vestibular procedure, spanning amphibians to results of altered gravity in the course of improvement in several species, deals examples of the range and complexity of lifestyles in any respect degrees, from genes via anatomical shape and serve as to, finally, behavior.

The re-creation of Development of Auditory and Vestibular Systems will stay an imperative source for starting scientists during this zone and skilled researchers alike.

  • Full-color figures illustrate the improvement of the stato-acoustic procedure pathway
  • Covers a large diversity of species, from drosophila to people, demonstrating the range of morphological improvement regardless of similarities in molecular strategies concerned on the mobile level
  • Discusses various methods, from genetic-molecular biology to psychophysics, allowing the research of ontogenesis and practical development

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