Proprioceptor responses and convergence of proprioceptive influence on motoneurones in the mesothoracic thoraco-coxal joint of locusts

@article{Hustert1983ProprioceptorRA,
  title={Proprioceptor responses and convergence of proprioceptive influence on motoneurones in the mesothoracic thoraco-coxal joint of locusts},
  author={Reinhold Hustert},
  journal={Journal of comparative physiology},
  year={1983},
  volume={150},
  pages={77-86}
}
1. In the mesothoracic thoraco-coxal joint ofLocusta movements of the coxa or mechanical stimuli applied to proprioceptors elicit characteristic afferent patterns. Most of these are phasic in response to certain directions and velocities of the rotary movements applied to the coxa (anterior joint CO, posterior joint CO, CO-system, pleurotrochantinal SR, joint condylus MS) and/or tonic in response to certain coxal positions (anterior joint CO, pleuro-trochantinal SR, joint condylus MS). Only one… CONTINUE READING

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