Michael K. Tourtellot

Adjunct Assistant Professor
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Ph.D. University of Kansas, 1992

Animal Behavior and visual BASIC programming


Animal Behavior and visual BASIC programming


Representative Publications

Greenfield, M.D., M. K. Tourtellot, and W. A. Snedden.  1997.  Precedence effects and the evolution of chorusing.  Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B., 264: 1355-1361.

Greenfield, M.D., M. K. Tourtellot, and W. J. Bell. 1995.  Defining stops in search pathways.  J. Neuroscience Methods, 60: 95-98.

Minckley, R. L., M.D. Greenfield, and M.K. Tourtellot. 1995.  Chorus structure in tarbush grasshoppers:  inhibition, selective phonoresponse, and signal competition.  Animal Behavior, 50, 579-594.

Collins, R.D., R. N. Gargesh, A.D. Maltby, R. J. Roggero, M.K. Tourtellot, and W. J. Bell.  1994.  Innate control of local search behavior in the house fly, Musca demestica.  Physiological Entomology 19: 165-172.

Tourtellot, M.K., Collins, R.D., and Bell, W. J. 1991.  The problem of movelength and turn definition in analysis of orientation data. J. Theoretical Biology, 150: 287-297.

Schal, C. J. L. Surber, G. Vogel, T. R. Tobin, M. K. Tourtellot,R. A. Leban, and W. J. Bell. 1983.  Search strategy of sex pheromone-stimulated male German cockroaches.  J. Insect Physiology, 27: 575-579.

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