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role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces)

Patricia Black-Cleworth

role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces)

by Patricia Black-Cleworth

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Published by Baillière, Tindall & Cassell] in [London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishes -- Behavior.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references.

    SeriesAnimal behaviour monographs -- v.3, pt. 1
    The Physical Object
    Pagination77 p.
    Number of Pages77
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22406785M

    Aggressive behaviors occurring dissociated from the breeding season encourage the search of non-gonadal underlying regulatory mechanisms. Brain estrogen has been shown to be a key modulator of this behavior in bird and mammal species, and it remains to be understood if this is a common mechanism across vertebrates. This review focuses on the contributions of Gymnotus omarorum, the first. Dominant-subordinate status emerges from agonistic encounters. The weakly electric fish, Gymnotus omarorum, displays a clear-cut example of non-breeding territorial aggression. The asymmetry in the behavior of dominants and subordinates is outstanding. Dominants are highly aggressive and subordinates signal submission in a precise sequence of locomotor and electric traits: retreating.

    Black-Cleworth P () The role of electrical discharges in the non- reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces). Anim. Behav. Monogr. 3: Blake BF () Aspects of the reproductive biology of Hippopotamyrus pictus from Lake Kainji West Africa with notes on 4 other Mormyrid species. Assad C, Rasnow B, Stoddard PK. Electric organ discharges and electric images during electrolocation. J Exp Biol Black-Cleworth P. The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces). Animal Behav. Mono. vol 3, part 1:

    Recently interest has arisen in the use of electrical discharges to effect chemical reactions. Various types of discharges enable us to alter the conditions of a process over a wide range, and often ro combine the high electron "temperatures" necessary to activ ate certainreactions with the low molecular temperatures of the medium used. The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces). Animal Behaviour Monographs 3: 1– Animal Behaviour Monographs 3: .


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Role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces) by Patricia Black-Cleworth Download PDF EPUB FB2

Animal Behaviour Monographs. Volume 3, Part 1,PagesIN1. The Role of Electrical Discharges in the Non-Reproductive Social Behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces) Author links open overlay panel Patricia Black-Cleworth * Show by: Role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces).

[London, Baillière, Tindall & Cassell] (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Patricia Black-Cleworth. The Role of electrical discharges in the non reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces) / Patricia Black-Cleworth Date: Editeur / Publisher: [S.

l.]: [s. n.], Research article Full text access The Role of Electrical Discharges in the Non-Reproductive Social Behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces). The role of electrical signals in agonistic behavior of Eigemnannia were studied by (1) an analysis of the behavior of fish in dominant and subordinate roles, (2) an analysis of the simultaneous.

P. Black-CleworthThe role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces) Anim. Behav. Monogr., 3 (), pp. In book: Electroreception: Fundamental Insights from Comparative Approaches, pp The Role of Electrical Discharges in the Non-Reproductive Social Behaviour of Gymnotus carapo.

The electric organ discharge (EOD) behaviour of Gymnotus carapo was analysed in isolated fish with no previous experimental experience. All animals were then allowed social interaction (4 hr total), and were finally retested in isolation.

It is highly probable that age differences play an important role in the complex parental behaviour of these fish. As far as sex differences in electrical signalling are concerned, the evidence for difference in adult pulse form is restricted to the mormyrid, Pollimyrus isidori (Westby and Kirschbaum, ) but this finding awaits confirmation.

The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour ofGymnotus carapo L. (Gymnotidae, Pisces). Anim. Behav. Mortenson, F. J.: Determinants of electric discharge rate inGymnotus carapo, the banded knifefish.

Thesis, Department of. The electric organ discharge (EOD) behaviour of Gymnotus carapo was analysed in isolated fish with no previous experimental experience. All animals were then allowed social interaction (4 hr total. Black-Cleworth P () The role of electric discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo.

Anim Behav Monogr – Anim Behav Monogr – Google Scholar. The signal value of 4 distinct discharge patterns inGymnotus carapo was investigated by means of a model electric fish.

The model produced an electrical approximation to theGymnotus discharge and field but bore no physical resemblance to the real animal (Figs. 1, 2). Three of the sequences used: Bursts, Offs and Shifts (Fig. 3) were simulations of patterns known to be involved in the agonistic.

The role of electric discharges in the non-reproductive social behavior ofGymnotus carapo. Anim. Behav. Monogr.3, 1–77 () Electrosensitivity of specialized and ordinary lateral line organs of the electric fish,Gymnotus carapo.

In: Lateral line detectors (ed. Cahn), pp. – The Role of Electrical Discharges in the Non-Reproductive Social Behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae, Pisces) Gymnotus carapo was uniformly distributed in Uruguayan territory, whereas.

A data acquisition technique is described, which uses a digital analyser to measure off-line the lengths of intervals between events on two (or more) lines. The method compensates for cumulative flutter of tape recorders; thus the temporal relationships between series of events on different lines are maintained.

On the introduction of aMormyrus rume into the tank of a residentGnathonemus. Introduction. Weakly electric fish offer a unique opportunity to non-invasively study and interact with living intact nervous systems. Their electric organ discharges (EODs) are complex spatio-temporal signals involved in processing a plethora of environmental sensory information –.

Electric signal production in pulse-type weakly electric fish has 2 basic components: the waveform and the. The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gynttrot~ls carapo To submit an update or takedown request for this paper, please.

Daily rhythms allow anticipation of changes and allocation of energy to better cope with predictable events.

Rhythms in behavior result from a complex combination of physiological processes timed by the nervous system and synchronized with external information.

We aimed to understand how rhythmic behaviors arise in nature, when weakly electric fish are exposed to cyclic environmental. We conducted this study to test the role of the serotonergic system in the modulation of agonistic behavior in two syntopic species of South American electric fish that display different types of aggression.

The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo. Anim. Behav. The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo (Gymnotidae.

Pisces). Anim. Further analysis of the individual discharge characteristics predicting social dominance in the electric fish. Gymnotus carapo. Anim. Behav. 23, doi.The role of electrical discharges in the non-reproductive social behaviour of Gymnotus carapo.

Anim. Behav. Comparative studies of the aggressive behaviour of two gymnotid electric fish (Gymnotus carapo and Hypopomus artedi). Anim. Behav.

23, –Acoustic communication refers to the use of sound as signals. Acoustic communication is widespread in both aquatic and semi-aquatic invertebrates and vertebrates, with many species capable of using both infrasound and ultrasound for communication. As sound travels faster and over a larger distance in water than in air, aquatic animals can use sound signals for long-distance communication while.