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By Moshe Abeles, Göran Bredberg, Robert A. Butler, John H. Casseday, John E. Desmedt, Irving T. Diamond, Solomon D. Erulkar, E. F. Evans, Jay M. Goldberg, Moise H. Goldstein, David M. Green, Ivan M. Hunter-Duvar, Lloyd A. Jeffress, William D. Neff, William A

nerve; thus, although, they concluded that the recordings were from aberrant cells of the cochlear nucleus mendacity principal to the glial margin of the VIII nerve (GALAMBOS and DAVIS, 1948). the 1st profitable recordmgs from fibres of the cochlear nerve have been made via TASAKI (1954) within the guinea pig. those classical yet inevitably constrained effects have been significantly prolonged through ROSE, GALAMBOS, and HUGHES (1959) within the cat cochlear nucleus and via KATSUKI and colleagues (KATSUKI et at. , 1958, 1961, 1962) within the cat and monkey cochlear nerve. probably the main major advancements were the advent of suggestions for exact keep watch over of the acoustic stimulus and the quantitative research of neuronal reaction styles, particularly by means of the laboratories of KIANG (e. g. GERSTEIN and KIANG, 1960; KIANG et at. , 1962b, 1965a, 1967) and ROSE (e. g. ROSE et at. , 1967; HIND et at. , 1967). those advancements have made attainable a number of quanti­ tative investigations of the behaviour of consultant numbers of neurons at those degrees of the peripheral auditory process less than a large choice of stimulus stipulations. many of the findings mentioned herein were bought on anaesthetized cats. the place comparative facts can be found, considerably related effects were bought in different mammalian species (e. g. guinea pig, monkey, rat). definite major modifications were famous in lizards, frogs and fish as will be anticipate­ ed from the several morphologies in their organs of listening to (e. g.

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L······ .. _--: 103f. kHz , ........................... , " .. - ..... ~ .. ~-.. _ ~ .. I Tone I - 70 256 ri -60 • -50 - 40 dB 4-- B a Noise 128 msec Fig. 15A, B. Time-course of response of cat cochlear fibres to tone and noise bursts. PST histograms. A: 4 different fibres of the CF indicated. 5 sec duration, presented l(sec. B: Effect oflevel of stimulus on time-course (similar for tones and noise bursts). 50 msec noise burst beginning approx. 5 msec after zero time of PST, repetition rate: lO(sec.

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1962) it is only recently that they have been related systematically to location within the nucleus. , 1973) have 44 E. F. EVANS: Cochlear Nerve and Cochlear Nucleus 50 [,0 N 30 I ~ ~ 20 PVN en Fig. 28. Gross and tonotopic organization of the cochlear nucleus (cat). Sagittal section through medial region of CN (and adherent cerebellum dorsally) stained with Thionine. Caudal and rostral to left and right respectively. Major subdivisions into dorsal (DCN) and antero· (AVN) and posteroventral (PVN) nuclei indicated approximately by interrupted lines.

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