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Title Auditory development and plasticity : in honor of Edwin W Rubel / Karina S. Cramer, Allison B. Coffin, Richard R. Fay, Arthur N. Popper, editors.
Imprint Cham, Switzerland : Springer, 2017.

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Series Springer handbook of auditory research, 0947-2657 ; volume 64.
Springer handbook of auditory research ; v. 64.
Subject Hearing.
Auditory pathways.
Alt Name Cramer, Karina S.,
Coffin, Allison B.,
Fay, Richard R.,
Popper, Arthur N.,
Rubel, Edwin W,
Description 1 online resource.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (SpringerLink, viewed October 24, 2017).
Contents 1.2.2 Auditory Brainstem Development1.2.3 Development ofA Auditory Perception -- 1.3 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 2: Development andA Regeneration ofA Sensory Hair Cells -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Hair Cell Development -- 2.2.1 Sensorineural Development inA theA Inner Ear -- 2.2.2 Initial Differentiation ofA Hair Cells -- Atoh1 Is Necessary andA Sufficient forA Hair Cell Formation -- Regulation ofA Hair Cell andA Supporting Cell Fates Through Notch Signaling -- Onset ofA Atoh1 Expression -- 2.2.3 Hair Cell Development Beyond Atoh1
Dedication -- Acoustical Society of America -- Series Preface -- Preface 1992 -- Volume Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Chapter 1: Auditory System Development: AA Tribute toA Edwin W Rubel -- 1.1 Contributions toA Science -- 1.1.1 Early Career -- 1.1.2 Auditory Brainstem -- 1.1.3 Dendritic Regulation -- 1.1.4 Cochlea Frequency-Place Map -- 1.1.5 Hair Cell Regeneration -- 1.1.6 Prevention ofA Hearing Loss -- 1.1.7 Scientific Community -- 1.2 Overview ofA Chapters -- 1.2.1 Development ofA theA Mechanosensory Periphery
2.2.4 Summary ofA Development2.3 Hair Cell Regeneration -- 2.3.1 Overview -- 2.3.2 Hair Cell Injury, Death, andA Repair -- 2.3.3 Hair Cell Regeneration inA Nonmammalian Vertebrates -- Hair Cell Progenitors inA Nonmammalian Vertebrates: Identity andA Behavior -- Morphological andA Functional Maturation ofA Regenerated Hair Cells inA Nonmammalian Vertebrates -- 2.3.4 Hair Cell Regeneration inA Mammals: TheA Cochlea -- 2.3.5 Hair Cell Regeneration inA Mammals: Vestibular Organs -- 2.3.6 Molecular Control ofA Hair Cell Regeneration inA Nonmammals Regulators ofA Supporting Cell Division inA Nonmammals2.3.6.2 Regulators ofA Hair Cell Differentiation inA Nonmammals -- Factors Limiting Hair Cell Regeneration inA Mammals -- 2.3.7 Future Considerations forA Hair Cell Regeneration -- 2.3.8 Summary -- References -- Chapter 3: The Molecular andA Cellular Mechanisms ofA Zebrafish Lateral Line Development -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 Early Development ofA theA Lateral Line -- 3.2.1 Formation ofA Lateral Line Placodes -- 3.2.2 Molecular Mechanisms ofA Lateral Line Placode Formation
3.3 Development ofA theA Posterior Lateral Line System3.3.1 Primordia Migration Forms theA Zebrafish Lateral Line -- 3.3.2 Organization ofA theA pLLP -- 3.3.3 Progenitor Cell Identity andA Maintenance -- 3.3.4 FGF Signaling andA Proto-NM Formation -- 3.3.5 Regulation ofA NM Deposition andA Spacing -- 3.3.6 Directional Migration -- 3.3.7 Hair Cell Specification andA Differentiation -- 3.4 Mechanosensory Hair Cells ofA theA Lateral Line -- 3.4.1 Development andA Physiology -- 3.5 Posterior Lateral Line Innervation -- 3.5.1 Pioneer Axon Extension andA Pathfinding
Summary This volume presents a set of essays that discuss the development and plasticity of the vertebrate auditory system. The topic is one that has been considered before in the Springer Handbook of Auditory Research (volume 9 in 1998, and volume 23 in 2004) but the field has grown substantially and it is appropriate to bring previous material up to date to reflect the wealth of new data and to raise some entirely new topics. At the same time, this volume is also unique in that it is the outgrowth of a symposium honoring two-time SHAR co-editor Professor Edwin W Rubel on his retirement. The focus of this volume, though, is an integrated set of papers that reflect the immense contributions that Dr. Rubel has made to the field over his career. Thus, the volume concurrently presents a topic that is timely for SHAR, but which also honors the pioneer in the field. Each chapter explores development with consideration of plasticity and how it becomes limited over time. The editors have selected authors with professional, and often personal, connections to Dr. Rubel, though all are, in their own rights, outstanding scholars and leaders in their fields. The specific audience will be graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, and established psychologists and neuroscientists who are interested in auditory function, development, and plasticity. This volume will also be of interest to hearing scientists and to the broad neuroscience community because many of the ideas and principles associate with the auditory system are applicable to most sensory systems. The volume is organized to appeal to psychophysicists, neurophysiologists, anatomists, and systems neuroscientists who attend meetings such as those held by the Association for Research in Otolaryngology, the Acoustical Society of America, and the Society for Neuroscience.
ISBN 9783319215303 (electronic bk.)
3319215302 (electronic bk.)
9783319215297 (print)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-319-21530-3
OCLC # 1006502678
Additional Format Printed edition: 9783319215297.

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