Ulrich Waldow

"Ulrich Waldow"
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Gordon M. Shepherd research scientist 1977-1978 Yale
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Malun D, Waldow U, Kraus D, et al. (1993) Connections between the deutocerebrum and the protocerebrum, and neuroanatomy of several classes of deutocerebral projection neurons in the brain of male Periplaneta americana. The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 329: 143-62
Waldow U, Sass H. (1984) The attractivity of the female sex pheromone ofPeriplaneta americana and its components for conspecific males and males ofPeriplaneta australasiae in the field. Journal of Chemical Ecology. 10: 997-1006
Boeckh J, Ernst KD, Sass H, et al. (1984) Anatomical and physiological characteristics of individual neurones in the central antennal pathway of insects Journal of Insect Physiology. 30: 15-26
Waldow U, Nowycky MC, Shepherd GM. (1981) Evoked potential and single unit responses to olfactory nerve volleys in the isolated turtle olfactory bulb. Brain Research. 211: 267-83
Waldow U. (1977) CNS Units in cockroach (Periplaneta americana): Specificity of response to pheromones and other odor stimuli Journal of Comparative Physiology ■ A. 116: 1-17
Waldow U. (1975) Multimodal neurons in the deutocerebrum of Periplaneta americana | MULTIMODALE NEURONE IM DEUTOCEREBRUM VON PERIPLANETA AMERICANA J.Comp.Physiol.Ser.A. 101: 329-341
Waldow U. (1973) The electrophysiology of a new carrion receptor and its relation to the behavior of the carrion beetle (Necrophorus) | Elektrophysiologie eines neuen Aasgeruchrezeptors und seine Bedeutung für das Verhalten des Totengräbers (Necrophorus) Journal of Comparative Physiology. 83: 415-424
Waldow U. (1970) Electrophysiological investigations of moist, dry and cold receptors on the antenna of the migratory locust | Elektrophysiologische Untersuchungen an Feuchte-, Trocken- und Kälterezeptoren auf der Antenne der Wanderheuschrecke Locusta Zeitschrift FüR Vergleichende Physiologie. 69: 249-283
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