CALL FOR INTERACTION OF ULTRASOUND IN RATS

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The article presents data illustrating the changes in the characteristics of ultrasonic vocalizations in rats (mean frequency, duration and power ranges of ultrasonic waves) in acute emotional stressor impact. In the ultrasonic vocalizations of rats reflects individual motivation emotive, dominating at a certain time. These data illustrate the importance of ultrasound information in mammals.

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ИНФОРМАЦИОННОЕ УЛЬТРАЗВУКОВОЕ ВЗАИМОДЕЙСТВИЕ У КРЫС

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S S Pertsov

E V Koplik

D S Saharov

K V Sudakov

Email: ksudakov@mail.ru

N N Karkischenko

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