Guangzhan Fang
Guangzhan Fang
Chengdu Institute of Biology, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Male vocal competition is dynamic and strongly affected by social contexts in music frogs
G Fang, F Jiang, P Yang, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang
Animal cognition 17, 483-494, 2014
Circadian rhythm of calling behavior in the Emei music frog (Babina daunchina) is associated with habitat temperature and relative humidity
JG Cui, XY Song, GZ Fang, F Xu, SE Brauth, YZ Tang
Asian Herpetological Research 2 (3), 149-154, 2011
Acoustic analysis of the advertisement calls of the music frog, Babina daunchina
Q Chen, J Cui, G Fang, SE Brauth, Y Tang
Journal of Herpetology 45 (4), 406-416, 2011
Electroencephalogram bands modulated by vigilance states in an anuran species: a factor analytic approach
G Fang, Q Chen, J Cui, Y Tang
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 198, 119-127, 2012
The first call note plays a crucial role in frog vocal communication
X Yue, Y Fan, F Xue, SE Brauth, Y Tang, G Fang
Scientific reports 7 (1), 10128, 2017
EEG bands of wakeful rest, slow-wave and rapid-eye-movement sleep at different brain areas in rats
W Jing, Y Wang, G Fang, M Chen, M Xue, D Guo, D Yao, Y Xia
Frontiers in computational neuroscience 10, 79, 2016
Right ear advantage for vocal communication in frogs results from both structural asymmetry and attention modulation
G Fang, F Xue, P Yang, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang
Behavioural brain research 266, 77-84, 2014
Sound classification and call discrimination are decoded in order as revealed by event-related potential components in frogs
G Fang, P Yang, F Xue, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang
Brain Behavior and Evolution 86 (3-4), 232-245, 2015
The biological significance of acoustic stimuli determines ear preference in the music frog
F Xue, G Fang, P Yang, E Zhao, SE Brauth, Y Tang
The Journal of Experimental Biology 218 (5), 740-747, 2015
Receiver discriminability drives the evolution of complex sexual signals by sexual selection
J Cui, X Song, B Zhu, G Fang, Y Tang, MJ Ryan
Evolution 70 (4), 922-927, 2016
Mating signals indicating sexual receptiveness induce unique spatio-temporal EEG theta patterns in an anuran species
G Fang, P Yang, J Cui, D Yao, SE Brauth, Y Tang
PLoS One 7 (12), e52364, 2012
Effect of the Level of Anesthesia on the Auditory Brainstem Response in the Emei Music Frog (Babina daunchina)
J Cui, B Zhu, G Fang, E Smith, SE Brauth, Y Tang
PloS one 12 (1), e0169449, 2017
The thermal background determines how the infrared and visual systems interact in pit vipers
Q Chen, Y Liu, SE Brauth, G Fang, Y Tang
Journal of experimental biology 220 (17), 3103-3109, 2017
The first call note of the Anhui tree frog (Rhacophorus zhoukaiya) is acoustically suited for enabling individual recognition
K Fang, B Zhang, SE Brauth, Y Tang, G Fang
Bioacoustics 28 (2), 155-176, 2019
Electroencephalographic signals synchronize with behaviors and are sexually dimorphic during the light–dark cycle in reproductive frogs
P Yang, G Fang, F Xue, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 200, 117-127, 2014
Enhancement of spatial learning-memory in developing rats via Mozart music
JG Yao, Y Xia, SJ Dai, GZ Fang, H Guo, DZ Yao
Journal of Electronic Science and Technology 7 (1), 47-50, 2009
Preference of spectral features in auditory processing for advertisement calls in the music frogs
Y Fan, X Yue, J Yang, J Shen, D Shen, Y Tang, G Fang
Frontiers in zoology 16, 1-14, 2019
Auditory perception exhibits sexual dimorphism and left telencephalic dominance in Xenopus laevis
Y Fan, X Yue, F Xue, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang, G Fang
Biology Open 7 (12), bio035956, 2018
Male music frogs compete vocally on the basis of temporal sequence rather than spatial cues of rival calls
F Jiang, GZ Fang, F Xue, JG Cui, SE Brauth, YZ Tang
Asian Herpetol Res 6, 305-316, 2015
Auditory sensitivity exhibits sexual dimorphism and seasonal plasticity in music frogs
P Yang, F Xue, J Cui, SE Brauth, Y Tang, G Fang
Journal of Comparative Physiology A 204, 1029-1044, 2018
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