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  • Publisher: Manchester Univ Pr (May 1, 1991)
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The emphasis is on the two major groups of animals that walk with the aid of jointed legs - namely arthropods and mammals. In organizing their locomotion species in these two groups frequently face and overcome somewhat similar bioengineering problems, and at least at the level of general principle their respective control systems often exhibit striking similarities.

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Conference: Locomotor Neural Mechanisms in Arthropods and Vertebrates, At Bristol, UK, Volume: Studies on neuroscience, No 16, 1991. Discover more publications, questions and projects in Arthropods. Cite this publication. Vladimir K Berezovskii. Right now I am working on the same project: Osteocrin as an activity regulated factor in the primate brain.

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ed. ocomotor Mechanisms in Arthropods and Vertebrates. e. eural Mechanisms of Startle Behaviour. New York: Plenum Press, pp. 353–64. Manchester: Manchester Univ. 1970) Regenerative capacity of long spinal tracts in the goldfish. Brain Res. Amsterdam 19, 21–6. 1989) Function of the free neuromasts of marine teleost larvae. In Coombs, S. Görner, P. and Münz, H. ed. he Mechanosensory Lateral Line: Neurobiology and Evolution.

In Locomotor Neural Mechanisms in Arthropods and Vertebrates (. Locomotion on the water surface: Propulsive mechanisms of the fisher spider Dolomedes triton. Journal of Experimental Biology 200:2523–2538. Manchester Press, Manchester. Locomotor behavior during prey-capture of a fishing spider, Dolomedes plantarius (Araneae: Araneidae): Gallop-. Journal of Arachnology 22:89– 93. McAlister, . The diving and surfacewalking behaviour of Dolomedes triton sexpunctatus (Araneida: Pisauridae). Animal Behaviour 8:109–111.

Central pattern generators are biological neural networks organized to produce any rhythmic output without requiring a rhythmic input

Central pattern generators are biological neural networks organized to produce any rhythmic output without requiring a rhythmic input. In mammals, locomotor CPGs are organized in the lumbar and cervical segments of the spinal cord, and are used to control rhythmic muscle output in the arms and legs. Certain areas of the brain initiate the descending neural pathways that ultimately control and modulate the CPG signals.

This book collects together accounts of the recent work of some of the scientists who are developing our understanding of locomotor processes and other rhythmical behaviours such as chewing. The emphasis is on the two major groups of animals that walk with the aid of jointed legs - namely arthropods and mammals. In organizing their locomotion species in these two groups frequently face and overcome somewhat similar bioengineering problems, and at least at the level of general principle their respective control systems often exhibit striking similarities. It is therefore the hope of the editors that juxtaposing studies on the two groups will help to promote cross-fertilization between those (usually zoologists) with interests in arthropods and those (usually physiologists) whose main preoccupation is with mammals. The book is intended for use by final year undergraduates reading for physiology, zoology or neuroscience degrees; also postgraduates, post-doctoral and established researchers working on the many and various aspects of the neural control of movements.

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