The results confirmed the key concept of frequency dispersion by the organ of Corti (so called 'tonotopy
'), as was also predicted by Helmholtz resonators.
Yan, "Disrupted tonotopy
of the auditory cortex in mice lacking M1 muscarinic acetylcholine receptor," Hearing Research, vol.
For biomimetic artificial basilar membrane (ABM), the frequency classification of basilar membranes depends on the principle of tonotopy
The increased precision in locating the activated regions can potentially improve the fMRI mapping of visual cortices , tonotopy [20-22], and somatotopy .
Rubsamen, "Is it tonotopy after all?" NeuroImage, vol.
Perinatal exposure to a noncoplanar polychlorinated biphenyl alters tonotopy
, receptive fields, and plasticity in rat primary auditory cortex.
van Dijk, "Representation of lateralization and tonotopy
in primary versus secondary human auditory cortex," NeuroImage, vol.
The period between P11 and P13 is often stressed out as the most important period for the development of AC, and in particular, for tonotopy
. However, numerous works showed that also exposure which starts markedly later (e.g., on P21) profoundly influences development of the auditory system [11, 30-34].
Seither-Preisler, "Studies of tonotopy
based on wave N100 of the auditory evoked field are problematic," NeuroImage, vol.
in human auditory cortex examined with functional magnetic resonance imaging," Human Brain Mapping, vol.
Consistent with clinical data, we found that SS enhanced soundevoked responses and altered the tonotopy
of neurons in the lateral amygdala (LA) .
In our previous work with this model, we found that primary auditory cortical areas of ferrets rewired with ectopic visual inputs (cross-modal auditory cortex, abbreviated as XMAC) retain substantial auditory function, but sound frequency tuning and tonotopy
are compromised [19, 20]much as can occur in humans with peripheral hearing loss .