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Peripheral Feedback Mechanisms Acting On The Central Pattern Generators For Locomotion In Fish And Cat.
O. Andersson, H. Forssberg, S. Grillner, P. Wallén
Published 1981 · Chemistry, Medicine
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The feedback mechanisms taking part in the control of locomotion in cat and fish are reviewed, particularly with regard to position- and movement-related feedback. It is shown that in both fish and cat there is a powerful position-dependent negative feedback which will act only in the position range where the muscle activity normally changes, e.g., from extensor to flexor activity. In addition, there is positive feedback in the middle of the movement range which will act in certain conditions, e.g., to promote and maintain flexor activity during the flexion of the hind limb.
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