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Activity of Different Classes of Neurons of the Motor Cortex during Postural Corrections
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Activity of neurons in the motor cortex is recorded in awake rabbits while animals maintained balance on a platform periodically tilting in the frontal plane and this finding suggests that theMotor cortex is involved in postural control. Expand
Postural control in the rabbit maintaining balance on the tilting platform.
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It was found that rabbits can effectively maintain the dorsal-side-up body posture when complex postural stimuli are applied, i.e., asynchronous tilts of the platforms supporting the anterior and posterior parts of the body. Expand
Pharmacologically induced elements of the hunting and feeding behavior in the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina. I. Effects of GABA.
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Injection of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) into the hemocoel of the intact Clione evoked some essential elements of the hunting and feeding behavior, i.e., protracting the tentacles, opening the mouth, and triggering the rhythmic movements of the buccal mass. Expand
Control of locomotion in marine mollusk Clione limacina. VIII. Cerebropedal neurons.
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Serotonergic neurons were mapped in the CNS of Clione by immunohistochemical methods and location and size of cells in two groups of serotonin-immunoreactive neurons in the cerebral ganglia appeared to be similar to those of CPA1 and CPB1 neurons, suggesting a possible mechanism for serotonin's ability to exert a strong excitatory action on the locomotor generator ofclione. Expand
Control of locomotion in marine mollusc Clione limacina
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The activity of isolated neurons, which were extracted from the pedal ganglia by means of an intracellular electrode, demonstrates that the locomotor rhythm is indeed determined by the endogenous rhythmic activity of type 7 and 8 interneurons. Expand
Control of locomotion in marine mollusk Clione Limacina. IX. Neuronal mechanisms of spatial orientation.
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Activity of the neuronal mechanisms controlling spatial orientation of Clione was studied in in vitro experiments, with the use of a preparation consisting of the CNS and statocysts and gravistatic reflexes were studied. Expand
Pharmacologically induced elements of the hunting and feeding behavior in the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina. I: Effects of GABA
1. A contact of the pteropod mollusk Clione limacina with its prey (small pteropod mollusk Limacina helicina) evokes a complex pattern of hunting and feeding behavior: protraction of tentacles toExpand
Role of different sensory inputs for maintenance of body posture in sitting rat and rabbit.
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It is argued that signals from the Golgi tendon organs of the extensor muscles may considerably contribute to elicitation of postural corrective responses to the lateral tilt. Expand
Responses of neurons in the central cervical nucleus of the rat to proprioceptive and vestibular inputs.
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Activity of neurons in the central cervical nucleus (CCN) was recorded extracellularly in decerebrate, immobilized rats and showed no clear rhythmic modulation during either spontaneous or induced, real or fictive locomotion. Expand
Control of locomotion in the marine mollusc Clione limacina
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Serotonergic command neurons exert direct influence on locomotor neurons and promote the endogenous rhythmical activity in neurons of the C. limacina locomotor central pattern generator, suggesting that serotonin modulates voltage-sensitive membrane properties of neurons. Expand
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