The centrally determined sequence of impulses initiated from a ganglion of the calm Mya
The origin of patterned sequences of motor impulses from the central nervous systems of lower animals is a problem which must be faced as we appreciate more and more that in a variety of different animals there can be found examples of co-ordinated sequences which are a product of the structure of the central ganglia, and not dependent on the form of peripheral excitation. In some cases such patterns are spontaneous, in other instances a background of afferent excitation is required to...[Show more]
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