Books and Chapters

Books and Chapters


 

  1. Albarracin RS, Valter K (2011). Treatment with 670 nm light protects the cone photoreceptors from white light-induced degeneration. In: Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, ed. Lavail M, Ash J & Anderson RE, pp.121–128.  Springer, New York. e-ISBN 978-1-4614-0631-0.
  2. Lamb TD (2011).  Light adaptation in photoreceptors.  In: Adler’s Physiology of the Eye (11th Edition), ed. Levin LA, Nilsson SFE, ver Hoeve J, Wu S, Kaufman PL & Alm A, Ch. 20, pp. 429–442. Elsevier, New York. ISBN 978-0-323-05714-1.
  3. Moore RJD, Thurrowgood S, Bland D, Soccol D & Srinivasan MV (2011). A bio-inspired stereo vision system for guidance of autonomous aircraft. In: Advances in Theory and Applications of Stereo Vision, ed. Bhatti A, Ch. 16, pp. 305–326. InTech, Croatia. ISBN 978-953-307-516-7.   
     
  1. Chrysostomou V, Stone J & Valter K. (2010). Differences in photoreceptor sensitivity to oxygen stress between Long Evans and Sprague–Dawley rats. In Retinal Degenerative Diseases: Laboratory and Therapeutic Investigations, ed. Anderson RE, LaVail MM, Hollyfield JG & Mandal MNA, pp. 473–479. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-1-4419-1398-2.
  2. Clifford CWG (2010). Aftereffects. In Encyclopedia of Perception, ed. Goldstein EB, pp. 13–16. SAGE Publications, Thousand Oaks, CA. ISBN 978-1-4129-4081-8.
  3. Clifford CWG (2010). Dynamics of visual feature binding. In Space and Time in Perception and Action, ed. Nijhawan R & Khurana B, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, pp.199–215. ISBN 978-0-5218-6318-6.
  4. Clifford CWG, Arabzadeh E & Harris JA (2010). Operating characteristics and awareness. In New Horizons in the Neuroscience of Consciousness, ed. Perry EK, Collerton D, LeBeau FEN & Ashton H, pp.103–111. John Benjamins, Amsterdam. ISBN 978-9-0272-5215-9.
  5. Lamb TD (2010). Phototransduction: adaptation in cones. In Encyclopedia of the Eye, ed. Dartt DA, Besharse JC & Dana R, vol. 3, pp. 354–360. Academic Press, Oxford. ISBN 978-0-12-374198-1.
  6. Lamb TD (2010). Phototransduction: adaptation in rods. In Encyclopedia of the Eye, ed. Dartt DA, Besharse JC & Dana R, vol. 3, pp. 361–369. Academic Press, Oxford. ISBN 978-0-12-374198-1.
  7. Morgan IG & Rose KA (2010). Gene–environment interactions in the aetiology of myopia. In Myopia: Animal Models to Clinical Trials, ed. Beuerman R, Saw S-M, Tan DTH & Wong T-Y, pp. 45–61. World Scientific, Singapore. ISBN 978-981-283-297-9.
  8. Pahl M, Tautz J & Zhang SW (2010). Honeybee cognition. In Animal Behaviour, Evolution and Mechanisms, ed. Kappeler P, pp. 87–120. Springer, New York. ISBN 978-3-642-02623-2.
  9. Srinivasan MV, Thurrowgood S & Soccol D (2010). UAV guidance inspired by principles of insect vision. In Encyclopedia of Aerospace Engineering, ed. Blockley R & Shyy W, pp. 4363–4374. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester, UK. ISBN: 978-0-470-75440-5.
  10. Zeil J & Hemmi JM (2010). Crabs and their visual world. In Encyclopedia of Animal Behavior, ed. Breed MD & Moore J, pp. 411–420. Elsevier, Academic Press, Oxford. ISBN 978-0-08-045333-0.
  1. Bell A & Maddess T (2009). Tilt of the outer hair cell lattice: origin of dual frequency maps and cochlear bandwidth. In Concepts and Challenges in the Biophysics of Hearing, ed. Cooper NP & Kemp DT, pp. 310-318. World Scientific, Keele. ISBN: 978-981-283-377-8.
  2. Clifford CWG (2009). Visual motion processing. In Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Binder MD, Hirokawa N & Windhorst U, pp. 4316-4318. Springer, Berlin. ISBN: 978-3-540-23735-8.
  3. Srinivasan MV, Thurrowgood S & Soccol D (2009). From visual guidance in flying insects to autonomous aerial vehicles. In Flying Insects and Robots, ed. Floreano D, Zufferey JC, Srinivasan MV & Ellington C, pp. 15-28. Springer, Berlin. ISBN: 978-3-540-89392-9.
  4. Stone J & Heckenlively J (2009). Animal models of inherited retinal degenerations. In Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Squire LR, pp. 437-447. Springer, Berlin. ISBN: 978-0-08-045046-9.
  5. Yu D-Y, Cringle SJ, Su E-N, Sun X, Guo W, Morgan WH, Balaratnasingam C & Yu X (2009). Retinal cellular metabolism and its regulation and control. In Neurovascular Medicine: Pursuing Cellular Longevity for Healthy Aging, ed. Maiese K, pp. 69-95. Oxford University Press, Oxford. ISBN: 978-0- 19-532669-7.
  6. Zeil J, Boeddeker N & Hemmi JM (2009). Visually guided behaviour. In Encyclopedia of Neuroscience, ed. Squire LR, pp. 369-380. Elsevier, Berlin. ISBN: 978-0-08-045046-9.
  7. Zeil J, Boeddeker N & Sturzl W (2009). Visual homing in insects and robots. In Flying Insects and Robots ed. Floreano D, Zufferey JC, Srinivasan MV & Ellington C, pp. 87-101. Springer, Berlin. ISBN: 978-3-540-89392-9.
  8. Zhang S, Bock F, Si A, Tautz J & Srinivasan MV (2009). Visual working memory in decision making by honeybees. In Vision Science, ed. Lu Z-L, Zhou Y, He S, He Z. University of Science and Technology of China. ISBN: 978-7-312-02219-7. (In Chinese.)
  1. Bumsted O’Brien K (2008). Development of the foveal specialization. In The Visual Transduction Cascade: Basic and Clinical Principles. Eds. Barnstable and Tombran-Tink. Humana Press, Inc.
  2. Ibbotson MR (2008). Intra saccadic motion: perception and physiology, II. In G Masson and U. Ilg (eds). Dynamics of Visual Motion Processing: Neuronal, Behavioral and Computational Approaches. Springer-Verlag, Berlin, Heidelberg.
  3. Leamey CA, Protti DA & Dreher B (2008). Comparative survey of mammalian visual system with reference to the mouse. In Eye, Retina, and Visual System of the Mouse. Eds. Chalupa LM & Williams RW. MIT Press, Cambridge MA. pp 35-60.
  4. Nagai Y & Maddess T (2008). Discrimination of binary isotrigon textures by 1-D oscillator network of cascade arrangement. Mem Kokushikan Cntr Info Sci 29: 1-12.
  5. Srinivasan MV & Reinhard J (2008). Bees: Beyond the honey in: The Finlay Lloyd Book about Animals (J. Davies, I. Hansen, eds.), Finlay Lloyd Press, Braidwood, NSW, Australia.
  6. Stone J & Valter K (2008). Roles of oxygen in the stability of photoreceptors: evidence from mouse and other models of human disease. In Eye, Retina, and Visual System of the Mouse (Chalupa L ed), MIT Press, pp 559-572.
  7. Valter K, Kirk D & Stone J (2008). The potential of ambient light restriction to restore function to the degenerating P23H-3 rat retina. Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology, Vol.613, Recent Advances in Retinal Degeneration (Anderson E, LaVail, MM., Hollyfield, JG. ed) pp 193-199, Springer.
  8. Yu DY, Cringle SJ, Su EN, Sun X, Guo W, Morgan WH, Balaratnasingam C & Yu X (2008). Retinal cellular metabolism and its regulation and control. In Neurovascular Medicine: Pursuing Cellular Longevity for Healthy Aging, Kenneth Maiese, Oxford University Press.
  9. Zeil J (2008) Orientation, navigation and searching. In Jørgensen SE, Fath BD (eds) Behavioral Ecology. Encyclopedia of Ecology 3:2596-2608 Elsevier, Oxford.
  10. Zhang S & Zhu H (2008). The principle of synthetic image of simulated lens of compound eye. In Enlightenment from Biology-Bionics in last 40 years at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences. Scientific Public House, China, pp 112-114 (in Chinese).
  11. Zhang S (2008). My recollection of research on bionics at the institute of biophysics. In Enlightenment from Biology-Bionics in last 40 years at the Institute of Biophysics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Scientific Public House, China. pp 194-200 (in Chinese).
  1. Hemmi JM & Zeil J (2007). The Ecology of Information Processing. In Marine Ecology. Eds. Connell SD & Gillanders BM. Oxford University Press, pp. 441-442.
  2. Morgan IG (2007). The use of plus lenses to control myopic progression – from the lab to the clinic. In Refractive and Oculomotor Disorders. Eds. Kaschenko TP, Rosenblum YZ, Tarutta EP & Iomdina EM. Helmholtz Research Institute of Eye Diseases. pp.143-146.
  3. Nagai Y & Maddess T (2007). Adaptive network structure for texture discrimination by a 1-D oscillator system. In Brain-inspired Information Technology Series, ed. Touitou Y, Arendt J & Pévet P. Elsevier. pp. 282-285.
  4. Nagai Y & Maddess T (2007). Min-texture tiling. In Mem Kokushikan U Cent Inform Sci. Kockushikan Univ Press. pp. 1-11.
  5. Stone J (2007). Alzheimer’s Disease—The Rise and Fall of a Concept. In Lies, Deep Fries and Statistics: From Radio National’s Ockham’s Razor. Williams N. Sydney, ABC Books: 51-57.
  6. Zeil J, Boeddeker N, Hemmi JM & Stürzl W (2007). Going Wild: Toward an Ecology of Visual Information Processing. In Invertebrate Neurobiology. Eds. North G & Greenspan R. Cold Spring Harbor Press. pp. 381-403.
  1. Baird E, Srinivasan MV, Zhang SW, Lamont R & Cowling A (2006). Visual control of flight speed and height in the honeybee. In Lecture Notes in Artificial Intelligence. Eds Nolfi S et al., 4095, 40-51, Springer, Berlin/Heidelberg.
  2. Dreher B (2006). Reprogramming of striate and extrastriate visual cortices following retinal lesions. In Reprogramming the Cerebral Cortex: Plasticity following central and peripheral lesions. Eds. Lomber SG & Eggermont JJ. Oxford University Press, UK.
  3. Hendrickson A & Provis JM (2006). Comparison of development of the primate fovea centralis with peripheral retina. In Retinal Development. Eds. Sernagor E, Eglen S, Harris B & Wong R. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
  4. Srinivasan MV (2006). Small brains, smart computations: Vision and navigation in honeybees, and applications to robotics. In Brain-Inspired IT II. International Congress Series.
  5. Marshall NJ, Vorobyev M & Siebeck U (2006). What a reef fish sees when it sees a reef fish? In Communication in Fish. Eds. Ladich F, Collin S & Moller P. Science Publishers, USA.
  6. Srinivasan MV, Zhang SW & Reinhard J (2006). Small brains, smart minds: vision, perception, navigation and ‘cognition’ in insects. In Invertebrate Vision. Eds. Warrant E & Nilsson DE. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK.
  7. Stone J, Sandercoe TM & Provis J (2006). Mechanisms of the formation and stability of retinal blood vessels. In Ocular Angiogenesis: Diseases, Mechanisms and Therapeutics. Eds. Tombran-Tink J & Barnstable C. Humana Press: Totowa, NJ.
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