Motoneurone discharges to the eyecup muscles of the crab Carcinus
Summary 1. During imposed tilt the eyecup or the crab tends to preserve an absolute position which depends upon the tonic activity of eight of the nine eyecup muscles. The detailed activity of all these muscles during imposed tilt in different planes has been recorded intracellularly. 2. The slow- and fast-motoneurone discharges to the eyecup muscles differ in that the former have intervals which are more variable at lower frequencies but the latter are more variable at higher...[Show more]
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