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Research Article

Short-Term Memory of the Amplitude of Body Rotation in Orienting Behavior of African Clawed Frog (Xenopus laevis)

Figure 3

Spatial distribution of stimulus locations in independent above-body trials for Frog M1 (a) and Frog F1 (b). Relations between stimulus angles and turn angles in independent above-body trials for Frog M1 (c) and Frog F1 (d). The stimulus angle and the turn angle were defined using the rotation center. In the most of orienting behaviors, rotation centers were located at the frog’s pelvic region, which was almost identical position where the stimulus was applied. Therefore, a small change of the stimulus location sometime causes a large change of the stimulus angle.
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(a) Frog M1
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(b) Frog F1
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(c) Frog M1
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(d) Frog F1