The Florey lecture, 1987. Corticomotoneuronal projections: synaptic events related to skilled movement.


During infancy, children develop an expanding repertoire of movement skills in parallel with the maturation in their brains of direct nerve-fibre connections between the cerebral cortex and motoneurons in the spinal cord. These corticomotoneuronal connections are characteristic of primates and can be studied in monkeys; in these animals, refinement in the… (More)


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