Statocyst hair cell activation of identified interneurons and foot contraction motor neurons in Hermissenda.

@article{Crow2004StatocystHC,
  title={Statocyst hair cell activation of identified interneurons and foot contraction motor neurons in Hermissenda.},
  author={Terry Crow and L Tian},
  journal={Journal of neurophysiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={91 6},
  pages={2874-83}
}
Pavlovian conditioning of Hermissenda produces both light-elicited inhibition of normal positive phototactic behavior and conditioned stimulus (CS)-elicited foot-shortening. Rotation, the unconditioned stimulus (US) elicits foot-shortening and reduced forward ciliary locomotion. The neural circuit supporting ciliary locomotion and its modulation by light is known in some detail. However, the neural circuits responsible for rotation-elicited foot-shortening and reduced forward ciliary locomotion… CONTINUE READING

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