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100 1  Moller, Peter,|d1941- 
245 10 Electric fishes :|bhistory and behavior /|cPeter Moller ; 
       with a foreword by Hans W. Lissmann ; illustrations by 
       Jacques Serrier. 
250    1st ed. 
260    London ;|aNew York :|bChapman & Hall,|c1995. 
300    xxiv, 584 p. :|bill. ;|c25 cm. 
490 1  Chapman & Hall fish and fisheries series ;|v17 
504    Includes bibliographical references (p. [473]-532) and 
       indexes. 
505 2  Series foreword / T. J. Pitcher -- Foreword / Hans W. 
       Lissmann -- Introduction: electric fishes in perspective -
       - Pt. 1. History. 1. A history of bioelectrogenesis. 2. A 
       history of electroreception / Bernd Fritzsch and Peter 
       Moller -- Pt. 2. Behavior of Strongly Discharging Electric
       Fish. 3. The African electric catfish Malapterurus 
       electricus (Malapteruridae) / Peter Moller and Catherine 
       H. Rankin. 4. Marine electric rays (Torpedinidae), the 
       South American electric eel Electrophorus electricus 
       (Electrophoridae) and electric stargazers (Uranoscopidae) 
       -- Pt. 3. Behavior of Weakly Discharging Electric Fish. 5.
       Active electrolocation. 6. Passive electrolocation. 7. 
       Coping with foreign signals: jamming avoidance and phase-
       locking. 8. Basic elements of electrocommunication 
       systems. 9. Electric models and the study of 
       electrocommunication. 10. Controlled interactions in pairs
       of fish / Peter Moller and Jacques Serrier. 11. Social 
       interactions in free-swimming fish. 
505 8  12. Reproduction and development in mormyriform and 
       gymnotiform fishes / Frank Kirschbaum. 13. Sources of 
       plasticity in behavior and its physiology: sex, hormones, 
       environment and the captivity model / Robert E. Landsman. 
       14. Locomotor and electric organ discharge rhythms. 15. 
       Non-electric senses and behavior -- Pt. 4. The Electric 
       Sensorimotor System: Generating and Sensing Electric Organ
       Discharges. 16. Electric organs. 17. Electroreception -- 
       Pt. 5. Taxonomy, Zoogeography, General Ecology. 18. 
       Taxonomy, zoogeography, general ecology -- Conclusion: 
       future directions and a light finale -- Appendix: a 
       selection of major reviews on electric fishes. 
650  0 Electric fishes|xEcology. 
650  0 Electric fishes|xBehavior. 
650  0 Electric organs in fishes. 
830  0 Chapman & Hall fish & fisheries series.|v17. 
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