Interneurones in crab connectives (Carcinus maenas (L.)) DIRECTIONAL STATOCYST FIBRES.

  • P. J. Fraser
  • Published 1974 in The Journal of experimental biology

Abstract

Five interneurones in each connective respond directionally to rotation of a crab. Each seems to be activated by one direction of fluid flow in one statocyst canal. The anatomy of two is known and correlates well with a direct input from the receptors of one statocyst. Three of the fibres have input from leg joint proprioceptors. The swimming reflex and a… (More)

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@article{Fraser1974InterneuronesIC, title={Interneurones in crab connectives (Carcinus maenas (L.)) DIRECTIONAL STATOCYST FIBRES.}, author={P. J. Fraser}, journal={The Journal of experimental biology}, year={1974}, volume={61 3}, pages={615-28} }