Neural Circuit for Inking Behavior in Aplysia calz$omica


1, Inking behavior is a stereotyped response, which can be utilized as a model system to study the neuronal mechanisms underlying simple neuroglandular behaviors. While much is known about the features of the behavior and its motor neurons (2, 811, 20), little is known regarding the sensory neurons and interneurons that drive the motor cells. The present… (More)


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@inproceedings{Byrne2003NeuralCF, title={Neural Circuit for Inking Behavior in Aplysia calz\$omica}, author={John H. Byrne}, year={2003} }