HEARING — Physiological Bases and Psychophysics: Proceedings by Åke Flock (auth.), Dr. Rainer Klinke, Dr. Rainer Hartmann

By Åke Flock (auth.), Dr. Rainer Klinke, Dr. Rainer Hartmann (eds.)

The current e-book comprises the unique papers and crucial issues of the overall dialogue of a gathering equipped in a sequence of tri-annual meetings, initiated by means of Dr. R. Plomp with the assembly in Driebergen, The Netherlands, 1969. those symposia have attempted to convey to\ether humans from severe fields in auditory learn and to amalgamate their contemporary findings. This sequence of meetings has confirmed to be such a lot winning and has attracted a lot consciousness through scientists in auditory study. The organizers have attempted to keep up the nature of the assembly with em­ phasis on dialogue by way of precirculation of the whole textual content of the papers and by way of re­ stricting the variety of energetic contributions. regrettably, this pressured us to reject a number of submitted papers - in choice we tried to compose a good survey of definite fields of auditory learn yet depart others untreated. due to the comparable cause the variety of invited overview papers needed to be constrained to 3. The reader could make a decision even if this feature used to be sufficient. We thank all these individuals who attended the assembly regardless of the rejection in their paper. The authors were accountable for textual content and typing in their manuscripts. The editors haven't tried to standardize the spelling.

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Physiol. 284, 261-290. , Hagiwara, S. (1975). Electrical and mechanical stimulation of hair cells in the mudpuppy. J. Compo Physiol. A 102, 13-26. Weiss, T. F. (1982). Bidirectional transduction in vertebrate hair cells: a mechanism for coupling mechanical and electrical processes. Hearing Res. 2, 353360. GENERAL DISCUSSION ASHMORE: Your finding of cells tuned to frequencies around 130 Hz differs from results I have reported in saccular hair cells of R. pipiens (J. Physiol. 336, 24P, 1983). The cells of this preparation show spontaneous oscillations in t~range 11-59 Hz at the resting potential and ringing responses characteristic of an electrical resonance.

My comment is that occurrence of spontaneous electrical oscillation in HC without the hair bundle is not evidence against the hypothesis of a bidirectional transduction. This is because an electrical oscillation signal. even if generated by an exclusively electrical mechanism. may still be reverse transduced in to a mechanical oscillation of the hair bundle in a normal HC. S. S. LEWIS: Although we have not analyzed this in detail, attaching the stimulating probe to the hair bundle has no obvious effect on spontaneous voltage oscillations.

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