Kenneth Roeder

Tufts University, Boston 
Insect Neurophysiology
"Kenneth Roeder"
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Howard C. Howland grad student 1955-1958 Tufts
Howard C. Howland grad student 1955-1958 Tufts
Josh Wallman grad student 1972 Tufts
Edward S. Hodgson post-doc Tufts
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Roeder KD. (1976) Joys and frustrations of doing research. Perspectives in Biology and Medicine. 19: 231-45
Roeder KD. (1975) Neural factors and evitability in insect behavior. The Journal of Experimental Zoology. 194: 75-88
Roeder KD. (1975) Acoustic interneuron responses compared in certain hawk moths. Journal of Insect Physiology. 21: 1625-31
Roeder KD. (1974) Responses of the less sensitive acoustic sense cells in the tympanic organs of some noctuid and geometrid moths. Journal of Insect Physiology. 20: 55-66
Roeder KD. (1974) Some Neuronal Mechanisms of Simple Behavior Advances in the Study of Behavior. 5: 1-46
Roeder KD. (1973) Brain interneurons in noctuoid moths: binaural excitation and slow potentials. Journal of Insect Physiology. 19: 1591-601
Roeder KD. (1972) Acoustic and mechanical sensitivity of the distal lobe of the pilifer in choerocampine hawkmoths Journal of Insect Physiology. 18: 1249-1253,1255-1264
Roeder KD. (1971) Acoustic alerting mechanisms in insects. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. 188: 63-79
Roeder KD, Treat AE, Vande Berg JS. (1970) Distal lobe of the pilifer: an ultrasonic receptor in choerocampine hawkmoths. Science (New York, N.Y.). 170: 1098-9
Roeder KD. (1970) Episodes in insect brains. American Scientist. 58: 378-89
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