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post Jul 23, 2010, 04:37 AM
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I was wondering if a Tritonia's swimming on the sea floor requires the excitation of the DSI which sends the signal to C2 while inhibiting VSIb, C2 then inhibits DSI, at the same time excites VSIa, and VSIb. VSIa inhibits C2 and VSIb inhibits DSI, while having weak excitation between a and b. How would I go by making a time circuit chart of what is happening? How would I go about this if one of the neurons stop working for instance C2? How does that effect differ change for example @ time 3 vs 6?
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QUOTE(Ayate @ Jul 23, 2010, 01:37 PM) *

Hi,
I was wondering if a Tritonia's swimming on the sea floor requires the excitation of the DSI which sends the signal to C2 while inhibiting VSIb, C2 then inhibits DSI, at the same time excites VSIa, and VSIb. VSIa inhibits C2 and VSIb inhibits DSI, while having weak excitation between a and b. How would I go by making a time circuit chart of what is happening? How would I go about this if one of the neurons stop working for instance C2? How does that effect differ change for example @ time 3 vs 6?
http://www.scholarpedia.org/article/Tritonia
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Ok, so I don't know the Tritonia; however, we can certainly attempt to apply what I do know to it.
So first the terms?

DSI would be Dorsal Swim interneurons
VSI = Ventral Swim Interneurons

So the pathway

Sensory Neurons from the nifty little picture I lifted seem to synapse to the TR1, which seems like it can also perform neuromodulatory actions to the input from the sensory neurons. TR1 also stimulates DRI, which in turn stimulates DSI initiating an OH F**K SWIM AWAY response.

Um, I imagine if you interupt C2 operation, which looks like an inhibitory neuron, then you'd just have both ventral and dorsal contraction at the same time or like unsequenced movement. Also known as the OH SHIT I'M FOOD response.

Maybe what you could do would be to get that guy who spliced the glowing jelly fish genes into the mice brains to make you a glowing tritonia CNS. And yes, I agree.
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