Receptive fields of motor neurons underlying local tactile reflexes in the locust

@inproceedings{Siegler1986ReceptiveFO,
  title={Receptive fields of motor neurons underlying local tactile reflexes in the locust},
  author={M. Siegler and M. Burrows},
  booktitle={The Journal of neuroscience : the official journal of the Society for Neuroscience},
  year={1986}
}
The receptive fields of motor neurons to a hind leg were mapped by recording intracellularly from their cell bodies or from the muscle fibers they innervate while stimulating mechanoreceptors on the surface of that leg. Each motor neuron is affected by a specific array of receptors that make up its receptive field. Boundaries along the anteroposterior or dorsoventral axes of the leg divide the receptive fields into excitatory and inhibitory regions. Proximodistal boundaries may correspond to… Expand
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