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This list relates to the 2016-17 which ended on 31/07/2017
  1. GENERAL 4 items
    1. The neuroethology of predation and escape - Keith T. Sillar, Laurence Picton, W. J. Heitler 2016 (electronic book)

      Book Essential This is essential reading for the module. You can access an e-book through the library.

    2. The neuroethology of predation and escape - Keith T. Sillar, Laurence Picton, W. J. Heitler 2016

      Book Essential

  2. SEMINAR TOPICS 69 items
    1. Owl hearing 3 items
    2. Crayfish Escape 4 items
    3. Mauthner Response 5 items
    4. Electric Fish 4 items
    5. Bat Echolocation 6 items
      1. How the bat got its buzz - J. M. Ratcliffe, C. P. H. Elemans, L. Jakobsen, A. Surlykke 2013

        Article 

      2. Neurobiology of echolocation in bats - Cynthia F Moss, Shiva R Sinha 2003

        Article 

    6. Archer fish 3 items
      1. Animal Cognition: How Archer Fish Learn to Down Rapidly Moving Targets - Stefan Schuster, Saskia Wöhl, Markus Griebsch, Ina Klostermeier 2006

        Article 

    7. Cone snails 3 items
      1. Evolution of separate predation- and defence-evoked venoms in carnivorous cone snails - Sébastien Dutertre, Ai-Hua Jin, Irina Vetter, Brett Hamilton 2014

        Article 

    8. Olfaction 8 items
      1. Detection and avoidance of a carnivore odor by prey - D. M. Ferrero, J. K. Lemon, D. Fluegge, S. L. Pashkovski 2011

        Article 

    9. Catapults 7 items
      1. Fast Trap Jaws and Giant Neurons in the Ant Odontomachus - Wulfila Gronenberg, Jürgen Tautz and Bert Hölldobler 1993

        Article 

    10. Hearing 6 items
    11. Fly Escape 6 items
      1. Making an escape: Development and function of the Drosophila giant fibre system - Marcus J. Allen, Tanja A. Godenschwege, Mark A. Tanouye, Pauline Phelan 2006

        Article 

      2. Escape flight initiation in the fly - Sarah Hammond, Michael O’Shea 2007

        Article 

    12. Raptor Vision 1 item
    13. Squid 2 items
    14. Startle Response 4 items
      1. Startle syndromes - Mirte J Bakker, J Gert van Dijk, Arn MJM van den Maagdenberg, Marina AJ Tijssen 2006

        Article 

    15. Tentacled Snakes 3 items
    16. Escape Trajectories 4 items
      1. Cockroaches Keep Predators Guessing by Using Preferred Escape Trajectories - Paolo Domenici, David Booth, Jonathan M. Blagburn, Jonathan P. Bacon 2008

        Article 

      2. Animal escapology II: escape trajectory case studies - P. Domenici, J. M. Blagburn, J. P. Bacon 2011

        Article 

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