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Central Control of Insect Locomotion

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Uploaded on Apr 16, 2010

Insect locomotion, for example walking, depends on stereotypical movements that are generated locally by neural circuits - but, as John Bender and Roy Ritzmann explain, the frequency of such movements can be altered by commands from the central complex, a multisensory region within the insect brain. Read more in Bender et al.

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