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Mechanistic teleology and explanation in neurobiology: understanding the origins of behaviour

Horridge, George Adrian


As every submarine commander knows, the best and almost the only underwater sense organs which are effective at long range utilize the excellent transmission of mechanical waves through water. And yet when the known examples of sense organs which are adapted to the detection of underwater vibrations were recently reviewed by Frings (1964), almost no substantiated examples could be found among marine invertebrates. Even in shallow water, large animals with excellent eyes spend about half...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 1977
Type: Book chapter
Book Title: Identified neurons and behaviour of arthropods


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