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This means that the phase of the locomotor cycle determines the sign of the reflex response. When isolated in vitro, the crayfish CNS either remains quiescent or produces an automatic rhythmic locomotor activity (termed ‘fictive locomotion’). In the former, a sinewave mechanical stimulation of the CBCO elicits a typical negative feedback reflex (Figure 3A), devoted to postural control, resulting in the cyclic contraction of muscles that counteract the imposed movements (similar to the vertebrate stretch reflex; Le Ray & Cattaert, 1997).
MISR Advancing Artificial Intelligence Through Biological Process Applications