Central and Peripheral Organization of Scorpion Locomotion
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Studies of invertebrate locomotion have recently become successful model approaches for the analysis of behavior because invertebrates offer the advantage of being relatively simple, and locomotion, although it is a complex behavior, is stereotyped and easily comparable among different animals.
KeywordsStance Phase Subesophageal Ganglion Elevator Muscle Cobalt Sulfide Fast Walking Speed
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