Difference between revisions of "Tr1"

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== Basic Information ==
 
== Basic Information ==
NeuronBank ID: [http://www.neuronbank.org:8080/Tritonia/Tri0002513 Tri0002513]
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NeuronBank ID: [http://www.neuronbank.org/Tri0002513 Tri0002513]
  
 
== Identification ==
 
== Identification ==
 
# Located below the surface in the dorsal pleural ganglion, near [[DRI]] and the statocyst.  
 
# Located below the surface in the dorsal pleural ganglion, near [[DRI]] and the statocyst.  
 
# Receives direct EPSPs from the [[S-cells]]
 
# Receives direct EPSPs from the [[S-cells]]
# Fires briefly, like the S-cells, at the onset of the swim motor program.
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# Fires briefly, like the [[S-cells]], at the onset of the swim motor program.
 
# Makes an indirect excitatory connection to [[DSI]]  
 
# Makes an indirect excitatory connection to [[DSI]]  
 
# Intracellular stimulation of a single Tr1 neuron is often sufficient to activate the swim motor program, which typically continues 1to 3 cycles beyond the end of intracellular stimulation.
 
# Intracellular stimulation of a single Tr1 neuron is often sufficient to activate the swim motor program, which typically continues 1to 3 cycles beyond the end of intracellular stimulation.
  
 
== References ==
 
== References ==
* Frost, W.N., Hoppe, T.A., Wang, J., and Tian, L.-M. (2001). Swim initiation neurons in Tritonia diomedea. Am. Zool. 41, 952–961.
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* Frost, W.N., Hoppe, T.A., Wang, J., and Tian, L.-M. (2001). Swim initiation neurons in [[Tritonia]] diomedea. Am. Zool. 41, 952–961.
  
 
[[Category:Tritonia]]
 
[[Category:Tritonia]]

Latest revision as of 13:15, 6 October 2012

Tr1 is a neuron in the pleural ganglion of Tritonia.

Basic Information

NeuronBank ID: Tri0002513

Identification

  1. Located below the surface in the dorsal pleural ganglion, near DRI and the statocyst.
  2. Receives direct EPSPs from the S-cells
  3. Fires briefly, like the S-cells, at the onset of the swim motor program.
  4. Makes an indirect excitatory connection to DSI
  5. Intracellular stimulation of a single Tr1 neuron is often sufficient to activate the swim motor program, which typically continues 1to 3 cycles beyond the end of intracellular stimulation.

References

  • Frost, W.N., Hoppe, T.A., Wang, J., and Tian, L.-M. (2001). Swim initiation neurons in Tritonia diomedea. Am. Zool. 41, 952–961.