Current injection into interneurones of the terminal ganglion modifies turning behaviour of walking crickets


Ascending interneurones of the terminal ganglion of orthopterous insects are known to carry information on wind stimuli perceived by cercal receptors to thoracic and cephalic ganglia. Neurones of these anterior ganglia control evasive walking behaviour. We demonstrate that current injection into individual wind-sensitive local non-spiking interneurones and… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s003590050185


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