Sensory activation and receptive field organization 1 of the lateral giant escape neurons in crayfish 2 3 4

@inproceedings{Liu2010SensoryAA,
  title={Sensory activation and receptive field organization 1 of the lateral giant escape neurons in crayfish 2 3 4},
  author={Yen-Chyi Liu and Jens Herberholz},
  year={2010}
}
32 33 Crayfish (Procambarus clarkii) have bilateral pairs of giant interneurons that control 34 rapid escape movements in response to predatory threats. The medial giant neurons 35 (MGs) can be made to fire an action potential by visual or tactile stimuli directed to the 36 front of the animal and this leads to an escape tail-flip that thrusts the animal… CONTINUE READING