Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity

Ache JM, Matheson T (2013)
Current Biology 23(15): 1418-1426.

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Ache, Jan MarekUniBi; Matheson, Thomas
Abstract / Bemerkung
Background: Limb movements are generally driven by active muscular contractions working with and against passive forces arising in muscles and other structures. In relatively heavy limbs, the effects of gravity and inertia predominate, whereas in lighter limbs, passive forces intrinsic to the limb are of greater consequence. The roles of passive forces generated by muscles and tendons are well understood, but there has been little recognition that forces originating within joints themselves may also be important, and less still that these joint forces may be adapted through evolution to complement active muscle forces acting at the same joint. Results: We examined the roles of passive joint forces in insect legs with different arrangements of antagonist muscles. We first show that passive forces modify actively generated movements of a joint across its working range, and that they can be sufficiently strong to generate completely passive movements that are faster than active movements observed in natural behaviors. We further demonstrate that some of these forces originate within the joint itself. In legs of different species adapted to different uses (walking, jumping), these passive joint forces complement the balance of strength of the antagonist muscles acting on the joint. We show that passive joint forces are stronger where they assist the weaker of two antagonist muscles. Conclusions: In limbs where the dictates of a key behavior produce asymmetry in muscle forces, passive joint forces can be coadapted to provide the balance needed for the effective generation of other behaviors.
Erscheinungsjahr
2013
Zeitschriftentitel
Current Biology
Band
23
Ausgabe
15
Seite(n)
1418-1426
ISSN
0960-9822
Page URI
https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2616586

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Ache JM, Matheson T. Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity. Current Biology. 2013;23(15):1418-1426.
Ache, J. M., & Matheson, T. (2013). Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity. Current Biology, 23(15), 1418-1426. doi:10.1016/j.cub.2013.06.024
Ache, J. M., and Matheson, T. (2013). Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity. Current Biology 23, 1418-1426.
Ache, J.M., & Matheson, T., 2013. Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity. Current Biology, 23(15), p 1418-1426.
J.M. Ache and T. Matheson, “Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity”, Current Biology, vol. 23, 2013, pp. 1418-1426.
Ache, J.M., Matheson, T.: Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity. Current Biology. 23, 1418-1426 (2013).
Ache, Jan Marek, and Matheson, Thomas. “Passive joint forces are tuned to limb use in insects and drive movements without motor activity”. Current Biology 23.15 (2013): 1418-1426.

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