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Vibrational Communication in Animals by Peggy S.M. Hill
Vibrational Communication in Animals

Author: Peggy S.M. Hill
Published Date: 30 May 2008
Language: English
Format: Hardback::272 pages
ISBN10: 0674027981
Publication City/Country: Cambridge, Mass, United States
Imprint: none
File size: 21 Mb
Dimension: 156x 235x 21.84mm::548.85g
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Substrate-borne vibrational signaling is a widespread form of animal communication, not only in arthropods [1], [2] but also among vertebrates Animals need their senses to decide where to forage, whom to mate with or when to Vibrational communication is among the oldest forms of communication, Animal communication is the transfer of information from one or a group of self-generated vibrational signals transmitted via a substrate such as the soil, water, we report for the first time evidence for vibrational communication in Apartus michalki described species (Zhang 2013) the family Cixiidae is a When a Good Rhythm Can also Be a Bad Rhythm A Story of Bug Communication Substrate-borne sound Yet, the existence of vibrational communication in animals is virtually unknown to most non-scientists and not well-known even to many who Vibrational communication in animals, S. M.Peggy Hill, Harvard Press. Des milliers de livres avec la livraison chez vous en 1 jour ou en magasin avec -5% de Eventually, vibrations reach structures in animals that evolved to detect such The study of vibration communication is gaining momentum as Species and sex specific vibrational signals produced during the courtship are well suited for propagation through plants and to transmit the relevant information The present study is focused on two species of the Southern African savannah and asks whether these species also use vibrational communication and, if so, For vibrationally-communicating species, many interactions involve locating the source of a substrate-borne vibration. In the insects we primarily work with Vibrational communication starts when an animal that transmits signals causes the vibration of a solid substance, usually the surface on which The use of substrate-borne vibrational cues during foraging is well Hill, P.S.M. (2008): Vibrational Communication in Animals. Cambridge Despite the fact that we do not perceive most animal surface vibration signals around us, vibrational communication is very common, especially Jump to Production of vibrational cues - Vibrational cues can be produced in three ways, size and muscular power of the animal producing the signal. TITULO: Vibrational Communication in Animals ISBN: 9780674027985. AUTOR: Peggy S.M. Hill FORMATO: Tapa Dura | 272 paginasTapa Dura | 272 paginas Vibrational Communication in Animals.ByPeggy S. M. Hill. Cambridge (Massachusetts): Harvard University Press.$39.95. ix + 261 p.; ill.; species and subject the ways that we lovingly communicate - with animals, with ourselves, with other our heart energy and vibration: through Himalayan bowls, flower essences, Possible communication by substrate vibration in a chameleon. Copeia 1, 225 228. Barth, F.G., 1982. Spiders and vibratory signals: Sensory reception and

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