10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «TYMPANIFORM»
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Acoustic Communication in Birds: Production, Perception & ...
The vibratile elements of the syrinx are the paired internal tympaniform
membranes consisting of the thin, medial walls of the primary bronchi just caudal
to the tracheobronchial junction. The internal tympaniform membranes are
attached to the ...
Modern Text Book of Zoology: Vertebrates
The mucous membrane of each bronchus forms an internal tympaniform
membrane, associated with the inner wall and an external tympaniform
membrane associated with the outer wall. These membranes are controlled and
regulated by a ...
Nature's Music: The Science of Birdsong
tympaniform membrane vibration in pigeons (Goller & Larsen 1997a), or by
experiments with collared doves vocalizing in light gas mixture (Ballintijn & ten
Cate 1998). In both collared doves and ringdoves, there is evidence that the
Peter R. Marler, Hans Slabbekoorn, 2004
The Physics of Birdsong
LL, ML, lateral and medial labia; MTM, medial tympaniform membranes; T1, first
tracheal ring; B3, B4, third and fourth bronchial rings; P, ossified pessulus; SY,
syringeal muscle. (redrawn from [Larsen and Goller 2002]). (b) Tracheal syrinx (
Gabriel B. Mindlin, Rodrigo Laje, 2006
Its frequencies can change as well: the lower the frequency, the THE
PRODUCTION OF SOUND IN THE SYRINX SIMPLE SYRINX The participation of
both the sternotracheal muscles and five to The tympaniform F a, seven pairs of
Sol 90, Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc, 2012
Concise Encyclopedia Biology
mus). There are also 2 lateral (or external) tympaniform membranes, one on each
side of the S. These may be well defined external membranes stretched between
well separated cartilages on the lateral aspect of the S., or they may be ...
Avian Medicine: Self-Assessment Color Review
Vibration of the internal tympaniform membrane, regulated by its mass, internal
tension, and protrusion into the adjacent air column, determine the sound
characteristics. Pressure in the interclavicular air sac pushes the thin membrane
into the ...
Neil Forbes, Robert B. Altman, 1998
The mucus membrane of each bronchus forms an internal tympaniform
membrane towards inner wall and an external tympaniform membrane towards
outer wall. These membranes are regulated by a pair of intrinsic syringeal
Ornithology in Laboratory and Field
The posterior pair arises on either side of the trachea at about the level of the
insertion of the anterior pair and passes posteriorly to insert on the lateral
tympaniform membranes. The syrinx of songbirds contains several pairs of
Olin Sewall Pettingill, Jr., 1985
The walls of the syrinx contain one or two pairs of tympaniform membranes.
These resemble the skin of a drum, hence their name, and they are the actual
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