Sea slugs

William Calvin wcalvin at stein.u.washington.edu
Mon Aug 23 19:17:56 EST 1993

The stomatogastric ganglion of crabs and lobsters has 30 neurons and
produces two major rhythms; about half of the cells are involved with each
rhythm, so that's probably what you're looking for.

MIT Press has an excellent book, out last year, edited by Harris-Warrick
et al, on the system.  ANd it includes chapters on modeling the system. 
The earliest papers on modeling stg date back to the 1970s so there's a
lot known about the pitfalls of modelling even a simple circuit like this one.

    William H. Calvin   WCalvin at U.Washington.edu
    University of Washington  NJ-15
    Seattle, Washington 98195 FAX:1-206-720-1989

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