Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps

Zill SN, Chaudhry S, Büschges A, Schmitz J (2013)
Arthropod Structure & Development 42(6): 455-462.

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Zill, Sasha N; Chaudhry, S; Büschges, A; Schmitz, JosefUniBi
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In many systems, loads are detected as the resistance to muscle contractions. We studied responses to loads and muscle forces in stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including a subgroup of receptors (Group 6B) with unusual round cuticular caps in oval-shaped collars. Loads were applied in different directions and muscle contractions were emulated by applying forces to the tibial flexor muscle tendon (apodeme). All sensilla 1) were maximally sensitive to loads applied in the plane of joint movement and 2) encoded muscle forces but did not discharge to unresisted movements. Identification of 6B sensilla by stimulation of cuticular caps demonstrated that receptor responses were correlated with their morphology. Sensilla with small cuticular collars produced small extracellular potentials, had low thresholds and strong tonic sensitivities that saturated at moderate levels. These receptors could effectively signal sustained loads. The largest spikes, derived from sensilla with large cuticular collars, had strong dynamic sensitivities and signaled a wide range of muscle forces and loads. Tibial sensilla are apparently tuned to produce no responses to inertial forces, as occur in the swing phase of walking. This conclusion is supported by tests in which animals 'stepped' on a compliant surface and sensory discharges only occurred in stance.
Erscheinungsjahr
2013
Zeitschriftentitel
Arthropod Structure & Development
Band
42
Ausgabe
6
Seite(n)
455-462
ISSN
1467-8039
eISSN
1873-5495
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2648325

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Zill SN, Chaudhry S, Büschges A, Schmitz J. Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development. 2013;42(6):455-462.
Zill, S. N., Chaudhry, S., Büschges, A., & Schmitz, J. (2013). Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development, 42(6), 455-462. doi:10.1016/j.asd.2013.10.001
Zill, S. N., Chaudhry, S., Büschges, A., and Schmitz, J. (2013). Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development 42, 455-462.
Zill, S.N., et al., 2013. Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development, 42(6), p 455-462.
S.N. Zill, et al., “Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps”, Arthropod Structure & Development, vol. 42, 2013, pp. 455-462.
Zill, S.N., Chaudhry, S., Büschges, A., Schmitz, J.: Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps. Arthropod Structure & Development. 42, 455-462 (2013).
Zill, Sasha N, Chaudhry, S, Büschges, A, and Schmitz, Josef. “Directional specificity and encoding of muscle forces and loads by stick insect tibial campaniform sensilla, including receptors with round cuticular caps”. Arthropod Structure & Development 42.6 (2013): 455-462.

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