By O. Lowenstein
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Frequencies produced by adults also occurred predominantly between 40 and 85 kHz during mating behavior (Sales, 1972b). These frequencies fall well within the peak of high-frequency responsiveness in the IC HIGH-FREQUENCY HEAEING IN MAMMALS 37 FIG. 12. Individual evoked response curves from the IC of eight feral Mus musculus (# # ) and a cochlear microphonic curve for one subject ( # — # ) . Above the curves is a histogram of the number of milliseconds of ultrasound within each 5 kHz frequency band from a random sample of four pulses produced by an 8-day-old pup.
Schuller (1972) examined the fm sweep responses in some detail and showed that they are specific for particular sweep rates and frequency ranges, and are also ideal for the detection of rapid frequency fluctuations. The cf part of the pulse shows fluctuations of just this kind due to Doppler shifts when reflected from the rapidly moving wings of insect prey. The "off" response has so far been described without reference to the significance of such an event. Grinnell has recently (1973) investigated the "off" response in cf bats and discussed it in some detail.
The region in which frequency discrimination was shown to be most sensitive was 2-20 kHz, a frequency considerably below that of greatest sensitivity found by Johnson at 50-70 kHz. Jacobs points out that this is in marked contrast with the situation found in man and the goldfish, where the region of greatest frequency discrimination corresponds with that of greatest sensitivity in the audiogram. The lower frequency of 2-20 kHz covers the range of frequencies emitted in whistling sounds by the dol phin.
Advances In Comparative Physiology Biochemistry by O. Lowenstein