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Andreas Stumpner
Andreas Stumpner
Zoology Göttingen
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Evolution and function of auditory systems in insects
A Stumpner, D Von Helversen
Naturwissenschaften 88, 159-170, 2001
2002001
Auditory Interneurones in the Metathoracic Ganglion of the Grasshopper Chorthippus Biguttulus: I. Morphological and Physiological Characterization
A Stumpner, B Ronacher
Journal of Experimental Biology 158 (1), 391-410, 1991
1091991
Processing of auditory information in insects
RM Hennig, A Franz, A Stumpner
Microscopy research and technique 63 (6), 351-374, 2004
1022004
Filtering of behaviourally relevant temporal parameters of a grasshopper's song by an auditory interneuron
B Ronacher, A Stumpner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 163 (4), 517-523, 1988
961988
Tonotopic organization of auditory receptors of the bushcricket Pholidoptera griseoaptera (Tettigoniidae, Decticinae)
H Stölting, A Stumpner
Cell and tissue research 294, 377-386, 1998
921998
Tonotopic organization of the hearing organ in a bushcricket: physiological characterization and complete staining of auditory receptor cells
A Stumpner
Naturwissenschaften 83 (2), 81-84, 1996
821996
Convergent evolution of insect hearing organs from a preadaptive structure
R Lakes-Harlan, H Stölting, A Stumpner
Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B: Biological Sciences …, 1999
711999
Auditory Interneurones in the Metathoracic Ganglion of the Grasshopper Chorthippus Biguttulus: II.Processing of Temporal Patterns of the Song of the Male
A Stumpner, B Ronacher, O von Helversen
Journal of experimental biology 158 (1), 411-430, 1991
671991
A new biophysical method to determine the gain of the acoustic trachea in bushcrickets
A Michelsen, K Rohrseitz, KG Heller, A Stumpner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 175, 145-151, 1994
611994
Song production and song recognition in a group of sibling grasshopper species (Chorthippus dorsatus, Ch. dichrous and Ch. loratus: Orthoptera, Acrididae)
A Stumpner, O von Helversen
Bioacoustics 6 (1), 1-23, 1994
571994
Neurophysiological aspects of song pattern recognition and sound localization in grasshoppers
A Stumpner, B Ronacher
American zoologist 34 (6), 696-705, 1994
521994
Sex-specific spectral tuning for the partner's song in the duetting bushcricket Ancistrura nigrovittata (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae)
S Dobler, A Stumpner, KG Heller
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 175, 303-310, 1994
501994
An Auditory Interneurone Tuned to the Male Song Frequency In The Duetting Bushcricket Ancistrura Nigrovittata (Orthoptera, Phaneropteridae)
A Stumpner
Journal of Experimental Biology 200 (7), 1089-1101, 1997
461997
Morphological and physiological differences of the auditory system in three related bushcrickets (Orthoptera: Phaneropteridae, Poecilimon)
A STUMPNER, KG HELLER
Physiological Entomology 17 (1), 73-80, 1992
461992
Selective forces on origin, adaptation and reduction of tympanal ears in insects
J Strauß, A Stumpner
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 201, 155-169, 2015
452015
Songs and the function of song elements in four duetting bushcricket species (Ensifera, Phaneropteridae, Barbitistes)
A Stumpner, S Meyer
Journal of Insect Behavior 14, 511-534, 2001
452001
Picrotoxin eliminates frequency selectivity of an auditory interneuron in a bushcricket
A Stumpner
Journal of neurophysiology 79 (5), 2408-2415, 1998
451998
Evolutionarily conserved coding properties of auditory neurons across grasshopper species
D Neuhofer, S Wohlgemuth, A Stumpner, B Ronacher
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 275 (1646), 1965-1974, 2008
432008
Recognition of a two-element song in the grasshopper Chorthippus dorsatus (Orthoptera: Gomphocerinae)
A Stumpner, O von Heiversen
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 171, 405-412, 1992
421992
Processing of unilateral and bilateral auditory inputs by the ON1 and L1 interneurons of the cricket Acheta domesticus and comparison to other cricket species
A Stumpner, G Atkins, JF Stout
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 177, 379-388, 1995
411995
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