The neuronal basis of feeding in the snail, Helisoma, with comparisons to selected gastropods

@article{Murphy2001TheNB,
  title={The neuronal basis of feeding in the snail, Helisoma, with comparisons to selected gastropods},
  author={A. Don Murphy},
  journal={Progress in Neurobiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={63},
  pages={383-408}
}
Research on identified neurons during the last quarter century was forecast at a conference in 1973 that discussed "neuronal mechanisms of coordination in simple systems." The focus of the conference was on the neuronal control of simple stereotyped behavioral acts. Participants discussing the future of such research called for a comparative approach; emphasis on structure-function interactions; attention to environmental and behavioral context; and the development of new techniques… CONTINUE READING

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