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New Insights to How the Brain Controls the Voice of Bats

News   Mar 23, 2020 | Original story by Goethe University Frankfurt

 
New Insights to How the Brain Controls the Voice of Bats

The image shows that different vocalization-related neural signals occurring across frontal cortex laminae (left) precede the two types of sounds (right) uttered by bats (species: Carollia perspicillata). The sounds are shown as color-coded time-frequency representations. One example social call is shown in the top right and one example echolocation call in the bottom right. Credit and Copyright: Julio C. Hechavarria, Goethe University Frankfurt

 
 
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