5 edition of Neuronal control of locomotion found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (-316) and index.
|Statement||G.N. Orlovsky, T.G. Deliagina, and S. Grillner.|
|Contributions||Deliagina, T. G., Grillner, Sten, 1941-|
|LC Classifications||QP303 .O75 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 322 p. :|
|Number of Pages||322|
|LC Control Number||99015701|
Neural Control of Saccadic Eye Movements The problem of moving the eyes to fixate a new target in space (or indeed any other movement) entails two separate issues: controlling the amplitude of movement (how far), and controlling the direction of the movement (which way).Cited by: Modern research on the neural control of locomotion dates from the s and two major experimental successes. First, rhythmic patterns of motor activity were elicited in spinal animals by the application of adrenergic drugs. Second, walking on a treadmill was evoked in decerebrate cats by electrical stimulation of a small region in the brain stem.
This chapter presents animal models of spinal cord injury (SCI) and discusses how an understanding of the mechanisms responsible for producing the locomotor pattern, rhythmic limb movements associated with locomotion, is useful for the development of interventions to repair the damaged spinal cord. It reviews the work performed in cat and rat models of SCI describing the contributions of Author: Gerta Vrbová. Neuronal circuits that control a flexor or extensory muscle while inhibiting activity in the other. There is a half center controlling the flexing motor neuron and a half center controlling the extensor motor neuron (the two together gives you a pattern). List the four principles of the neural control of locomotion and provide evidence.
AY Modeling the neural control and biomechanics of locomotion. motion in the joints. This output is referred to as the generated “movement pattern” and will be represented graphi-cally showing the angular changes in the joints. The frequency of the stimulation pulses (discharge rates of motoneuron. The neuronal mechanisms underlying locomotion termination. This chapter will summarize these different regulatory neuronal components involved in the control of locomotion.
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Neuronal Control of Locomotion: From Mollusc to Man describes how the brains in very diverse and evolutionarily removed species control the animal's locomotion.
In doing so, the authors reveal unifying principles of brain function, making it essential reading for students and researchers in neurobiology generally, and motor control in by: For the first time, a group of three leading neurobiologists have undertaken a comparative study of these mechanisms.
Neuronal Control of Locomotion: From Mollusc to Man describes how the brains in very diverse and evolutionarily removed species control the animal's locomotion. The extreme importance of locomotion has stimulated many studies of the neural mechanisms underlying locomotion across a range of species.
This book provides a comparative study of these mechanisms, describing how the brains in very diverse and evolutionarily removed species control the animal's locomotion. *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
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Perret. Pages Modulation of Proprioceptive Information in Crustacea. Open Library is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published. Neural Control of Locomotion by Robert Herman,Springer edition, paperback Neural Control of Locomotion ( edition) | Open Library.
The triumvirate of Orlovsky, Deliagina and Grillner is uniquely placed to produce a unified account of the neural basis of locomotion across the whole animal kingdom this is an excellent book for those seeking wide background knowledge of neural mechanisms underlying movement.
Those already in the field will also find it valuable. THE NEURONAL CONTROL OF LOCOMOTION IN THE EARTHWORM. GARDNER. Department of Physiology and Medical Biochemistry, University of Cape Town. View Enhanced PDF Access article on Wiley Online Library (HTML view) Download PDF for offline viewing.
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Neuronal Control of Locomotion: From Mollusc to Man describes how the brains in very diverse and evolutionarily removed species control the animal's locomotion. In doing so, the authors reveal unifying principles of brain function, making it essential reading for students and researchers in neurobiology generally, and motor control in particular.5/5(1).
"Proceedings of an International Conference on Neural Control of Locomotion held in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, September October 2, " Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 26 cm.
Locomotion is an essential part of this equation and exciting new developments are shedding light on the mechanisms underlying how this important behavior occurs. The Neural Control of Movement discusses these developments across a variety of species including man.
The editors focus on highlighting the utility of different models from invertebrates to Edition: 1. Neural Control of Locomotion | Richard M. Herman, Sten Grillner, Paul S.
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Introduction • Human locomotion (gait cycle) is not only the cycle of mechanical events but also controlled by nervous system. This book arose from the Ninth Engineering Foundation Con ference on Biomechanics and Neural Control of Movement, held in Deer Creek, Ohio, in June This unique conference, which has met every 2 to 4 years since the late s, is well known for its informal format that promotes high-level, up-to-date discussions on the key issues in the : Hardcover.
Goal: With this broad project we aim to improve our understanding of the neural control of locomotion using the concept of muscle synergies and other complementary tools.
We focus on treadmill and. A crucial role is played by central pattern generators (CPGs), i.e. spinal neuronal networks that control the basic rhythms and patterns of motoneuron activation during locomotion and other rhythmic behaviours (e.g.
Grillner, ; Kiehn, ).Cited by: a, Discriminated neural activity at electro 34, 22, 95 (n = 80 superimposed action potentials for each unit).
On electr two neuronal units could be reliably discriminated with peak Cited by: This book provides a clear foundation, based on physical biology and biomechanics, for understanding the underlying mechanisms by which animals have evolved to move in their physical environment.
It integrates the biomechanics of animal movement with the physiology of animal energetics and the neural control of locomotion. The author also communicates a sense of the awe 3/5(1). Neural Control of Locomotion How do all the data fit together.
Gerald E. Loeb L ocomotion is a particularly richly studied but frustrating aspect of biolpgy. Much is known about individual components of the process, but there general hypothesis for how it works.
Vertebrate locomotion is distin. The Society for the Neural Control of Movement (NCM) is an international community of scientists, clinician-investigators and students all engaged in research whose common goal is to understand how the brain controls movement.Neural Control of Locomotion Vertebrate locomotion results from coordinated movement patterns produced by central pattern generators (CPGs) in the central nervous system.Presented with a choice of evils, most would prefer to be blinded rather than to be unable to move, immobilized in the late stages of Parkinson's disease.
Yet in everyday life, as in Neuroscience, vis.