Brain Neurones Involved in the Control of Walking in the Cricket


The responses of single brain neurones to artificial calling song, to moving striped patterns and to air puffs were recorded while tethered crickets were walking on a sphere in such a way that their intended orientation to the stimuli could be measured. Local and descending brain neurones responsive to only one of the stimuli tested often encoded the… (More)


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