Reports on research into how the nervous system controls muscles and movement from crustaceans to humans. Covers the broad areas of afferent mechanisms, proprioception, reflexes, locomotion, development, cerebellar mechanism, and comparative studies; and discusses such details as the quantitative asof neuromodulatory input to CPG circuits (Fig 2B) (Katz and Harris-Warrick, 1990a). ... However, the wiring diagram does not predict the behavioural output produced by the circuit; knowing the mediating connections of a circuit is not sufficientanbsp;...
|Title||:||Neural Control of Movement|
|Author||:||William R. Ferrell, Uwe Proske|
|Publisher||:||Plenum Publishing Corporation - 1995-01-01|