Orientation-dependent changes in single motor neuron activity during adaptive soft-bodied locomotion.


Recent major advances in understanding the organizational principles underlying motor control have focused on a small number of animal species with stiff articulated skeletons. These model systems have the advantage of easily quantifiable mechanics, but the neural codes underlying different movements are difficult to characterize because they typically… (More)
DOI: 10.1159/000369372

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