The nerves and muscles of medusae. IV. Inhibition in Aequorea forskalea
Summary 1. The co-ordination of the swimming movement (beat) and feeding response in Aequorea forskalea has been studied with particular attention to the pathways taken by the excitation. 2. The rapid through-conducting system which co-ordinates the beat is sharply distinguished physiologically from the radial system which co-ordinates feeding. 3. The spontaneous origin of the beat and its rapid marginal conduction are both inhibited while the radial muscle is contracting. 4....[Show more]
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