Development of interlimb movement synchrony in the rat fetus.


In the fetal rat, interlimb synchrony is a prominent form of temporally organized spontaneous motor activity in which movement of different limbs occurs at nearly the same instant. In the present study, synchrony profiles were created for different pairwise combinations of limbs over the last 5 days of gestation. Observed rates of synchrony differentiated… (More)


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