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The electric image in weakly electric fish: perception of objects of complex impedance
Journal of Experimental Biology
Weakly electric fish explore the environment using electrolocation. They produce an electric field that is detected by cutaneous electroreceptors; external objects distort the field, thus generating an electric image. The electric image of objects of complex impedance was investigated using a realistic model, which was able to reproduce previous experimental data. The transcutaneous voltage in the presence of an elementary object is modulated in amplitude and waveform on the skin. Amplitudepmid:10637177 fatcat:zgdjz6eobffmbob6dn6joka2ee