Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective

Chagnaud BP, Engelmann J, Fritzsch B, Glover JC, Straka H (2017)
Brain, Behavior and Evolution 90(2): 98-116.

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Chagnaud, Boris P.; Engelmann, JacobUniBi ; Fritzsch, Bernd; Glover, Joel C.; Straka, Hans
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Brain, Behavior and Evolution
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Chagnaud BP, Engelmann J, Fritzsch B, Glover JC, Straka H. Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 2017;90(2):98-116.
Chagnaud, B. P., Engelmann, J., Fritzsch, B., Glover, J. C., & Straka, H. (2017). Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 90(2), 98-116. doi:10.1159/000456646
Chagnaud, B. P., Engelmann, J., Fritzsch, B., Glover, J. C., and Straka, H. (2017). Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 90, 98-116.
Chagnaud, B.P., et al., 2017. Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective. Brain, Behavior and Evolution, 90(2), p 98-116.
B.P. Chagnaud, et al., “Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective”, Brain, Behavior and Evolution, vol. 90, 2017, pp. 98-116.
Chagnaud, B.P., Engelmann, J., Fritzsch, B., Glover, J.C., Straka, H.: Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective. Brain, Behavior and Evolution. 90, 98-116 (2017).
Chagnaud, Boris P., Engelmann, Jacob, Fritzsch, Bernd, Glover, Joel C., and Straka, Hans. “Sensing External and Self-Motion with Hair Cells: A Comparison of the Lateral Line and Vestibular Systems from a Developmental and Evolutionary Perspective”. Brain, Behavior and Evolution 90.2 (2017): 98-116.

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