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The superficial flexor muscle of the crayfish is a neuromuscular system in which the neurons form position-dependent connectivity patterns with the muscle fibers. This system could be formed with the help of a single medial-to-lateral gradient during development that embodies positional information. To test this gradient hypothesis we changed the nerve's… (More)
The superficial flexor muscles of the crayfish are innervated in a position-dependent connectivity pattern, which can be reestablished when the nerve to the muscle is cut. This article deals with the regeneration of the largest excitor motoneuron under three different target scenarios: (1) a normal target with all the muscle fibers present, (2) a reduced… (More)
The regeneration of neuromuscular connections to the superficial flexor muscle system in the crayfish has been studied under a variety of experimental manipulations. These have provided insight into the factors that can influence the regeneration program of neurons. In this work the regeneration of the largest excitor motoneuron was studied under two… (More)