Electrophysiological responses to light of neurons in the eye and statocyst of Lymnaea stagnalis.

@article{Sakakibara2005ElectrophysiologicalRT,
  title={Electrophysiological responses to light of neurons in the eye and statocyst of Lymnaea stagnalis.},
  author={Manabu Sakakibara and Tomoyo Aritaka and Akira Iizuka and Hiroyuki Suzuki and Tetsuro Horikoshi and Ken Lukowiak},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={93 1},
  pages={
          493-507
        }
}
Lymnaea can be classically conditioned by pairing photic stimulation with a rotational stimulus. The electrophysiological properties of the Lymnaea photoreceptors and statocyst neurons are incompletely known. There are 2 types of ocular photoreceptors and 3 types of statocyst "hair cells." Type A photoreceptors had a response latency from 200 to 400 ms, with a graded depolarizing response having maximum action spectra at 480-500 nm, corresponding to the beta(max) of rhodopsin. Additionally they… CONTINUE READING

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