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Cercal escape) connect to motor outputs directly through peripheral ganglia, but also appear to send some processes to the brain. For some, such as phonotaxis, there are clearly ascending and descending pathways to the brain involved in the behavior, but may also be direct connections within the thoracic ganglion. B. , 1999). Moreover, insect brain anatomy reveals certain structures that appear to function as centers for multimodal coordination, association and learning (reviewed, from a robot control perspective, in Wessnitzer and Webb, 2006).
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This idea can be embodied in a simple neural circuit as shown in Fig. 5 (top). Each neuron is modeled as a single compartment integrate and fire unit. The time constants for the neurons are determined by the required filter properties. In the case of the auditory neurons, this acts as a low‐pass smoothing of the signal pattern for syllable rates faster than 40 Hz. The synaptic connection from auditory neurons to motor neurons is modeled to exhibit short‐term depression, that is, successive spikes from the presynaptic neuron produce successively smaller increases in the postsynaptic 4 The small (microsecond) phase difference in arrival at the ears results, via the pressure difference mechanism, in a large amplitude difference in vibration, which is neurally represented in a relatively large (millisecond) difference in the onset of firing of the sensory and interneurons.
Advances in the Study of Behavior, Vol. 38 by H. Jane Brockmann, Timothy J. Roper, Marc Naguib, Katherine E. Wynne-Edwards, Chris Barnard, John Mitani