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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 4

(a) and (b) Relation of turn angles between preceding normal trials and subsequent above-body trials for Frog M1 (a) and Frog F1 (b). (c) and (d) Relation of turn amplitudes between preceding normal trials and subsequent above-body trials for Frog M1 (c) and Frog F1 (d).
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(a) Frog M1 (turn angles)
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(b) Frog F1 (turn angles)
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(c) Frog M1 (turn amplitudes)
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(d) Frog F1 (turn amplitudes)

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