3 edition of Neurobiology of vertebrate locomotion found in the catalog.
Neurobiology of vertebrate locomotion
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||edited by Sten Grillner ... [et al.]|
|Series||Wenner-Gren Center international symposium series -- v.45,, Wenner-Gren Center international symposium series -- v. 45.|
|Contributions||Grillner, Sten, 1941-, Wenner-Grenska samfundet.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvii, 735 p. :|
|Number of Pages||735|
|LC Control Number||86013757|
This book, by summarising the evidence against the linear approach to motor systems, argues forcefully against it. Analyses are presented of motor systems ranging from the lobster stomatogastric system through molluscan systems, leech movement, insect singing and locomotion, fish and amphibian behaviour, to goal-directed a movements in primates. more, much of the now classical knowledge in neurobiology was originally ob tained and elaborated in depth in this vertebrate. To cite only a few examples, studies of nerve conduction, neuromuscular transmission, neuronal integration, sense organs, development, and locomotion have been developed with.
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Neurobiology of Vertebrate Locomotion. Editors: Grillner, Sten (Ed.) Buy this book eB99 *immediately available upon purchase as print book shipments may be delayed due to the COVID crisis.
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Neurobiology of vertebrate locomotion: proceedings of an international symposium held at the Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, June 17thth, [Sten Grillner; Wenner-Grenska samfundet.;]. Vertebrate locomotion results from coordinated movement patterns produced by central pattern generators (CPGs) in the central nervous system.
It is estimated that mammal locomotion involves activation of hundreds of muscles, and, in particular, phases of the movement cycle, which are under control of the spinal cord CPGs (Grillner Neurobiology of vertebrate locomotion book al., Neurobiology of Vertebrate Locomotion: Proceedings of an International Symposium held at The Wenner-Gren Center, Stockholm, June 17th – 19th, | Sten Grillner, Paul S.
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Grillner, S. (Ed) () No description available. The book ranges from the findings of basic scientists studying model organisms such as mollusks and Drosophila, to biomedical researchers investigating vertebrate motor production to neuroengineers working to develop robotic and smart prostheses technologies.
Following foundational chapters on current molecular biological techniques, neuronal. Herman (eds) Neurobiology of Vertebrate Locomotion (Wenner- Glen Center International Symposium Series, Vol.
45) Macmillan, £ (xvii + pages) ISBN 0 5 Israel Hann (ed.) Dynamics of Cholin- ergic Function Plenum Press, $ (xviii + pages) ISBN 0 7 ical. Locomotion is an animal's ability to move itself from place to place. Locomotion requires the movements of the body or specialised parts of the body.
Whether judged in molecular, cellular, systemic, behavioral, or cognitive terms, the human nervous system is a stupendous piece of biological machinery. Given its accomplishments—all the artifacts of human culture, for instance—there is good reason for wanting to understand how the brain and the rest of the nervous system works.
The debilitating and costly effects of Book Edition: 2nd. A History of (Mostly Vertebrate) Locomotion 1, years in 40 minutes. Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species.
Charles Darwin On the Origin of Species “descent with. ''This book succeeds overall in confirming that invertebrate brains still have much to contribute and that there is a wealth of wonderful material that could be pulled together to inform a new level of understanding of brain function.'' --The Quarterly Review of Biology ''[T]he book will be a useful source of information for researchers, as well as for teachers in preparing advanced level 5/5(4).
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 3/5(1). CiteSeerX - Document Details (Isaac Councill, Lee Giles, Pradeep Teregowda): Introduction Locomotion is a fundamental skill for animals.
It is required for a large variety of actions such as finding food, encountering a mate, and escaping predators. Vertebrate locomotion can take various forms including swimming, crawling, walking, flight, as well as some more idiosyncratic. Reviews "The author has done an exceptional job of taking the concepts covered in other Neuroscience textbooks and organizing them in a way that should help students make the connections between the theory and the practice."--Judith Ochrietor, University of North Florida "This text approaches neurobiology from an organismal perspective instead of just presenting.
The book ranges from the findings of basic scientists studying model organisms such as mollusks and Drosophila, to biomedical researchers investigating vertebrate motor production to neuroengineers working to develop robotic and smart prostheses technologies. Following foundational chapters on current molecular biological techniques, neuronal Price: $ Added to the above considerations, the ease with which these animals may be maintained (both as adults and during development) and the advantage of their lower cost as compared with other vertebrate forms make the frog one of the most important laboratory animals in neurobiology.
Department of Neurobiology and Behavior, Seeley G. Mudd Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA Abstract The cellular and ionic mechanisms that generate the rhythm in central pattern generator (CPG) networks for simple movements are not well understood.
Using vertebrate locomotion, respiration. Description: This is a comprehensive book for graduate students interested in the neurobiology of aging. The information is also of some interest to clinical neurologists.
Purpose: The book is intended as a course textbook and to fill an unmet need for a single book that covers the wide scope of this material. This worthy goal is well :.
The book ranges from the findings of basic scientists studying model organisms such as mollusks and Drosophila, to biomedical researchers investigating vertebrate motor production to neuroengineers working to develop robotic and smart prostheses technologies.
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