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This book contains excellent reviews on significant topics in crustacean neurobiology, introductory texts for classroom usage, top rank samples of original research, an account of a new research strategy plus a concept for teaching the principles of neuroscience. Renowned scientists from all over the world contributed to this vlume. In short, exciting reading for every neurobiologist.
Reviews of Crustacean Neurobiology.- Crayfish Escape Behavior: Lessons Learned.- Cellular and Molecular Mechanisms of Amine Modulation in Crustacea.- Physiology of the Crustacean Cardiac Ganglion..- Statocysts and Statocyst Control of Motor Pathways in Crayfish and Crabs.- The Abdominal Muscle Receptor Organ of Crayfish and Lobsters: Current Issues.- Neurobiology of Crustacean Walking: from Past to Future.- Introductions to the Crustacean Nervous System.- Serotonin in Crustacean Systems: More than a Half Century of Fundamental Discoveries.- The Study ofNeuromodulators-Opening Pandora’s Box.- The Crustacean Synapse Scene at the End of the Millennium.- Invited special contribution: Synapse Specification for Regenerated Motoneurons in Crayfish Muscle.- Crustaceans as Animal Models for Olfactory Research.- Visual Systems.- Visual systems: Neural Mechanisms and Visual Behavior.- Path Integration in Fiddler Crabs and Its Relation to Habitat and Social Life.- The Sun, the Moon, and the Sandhopper.- Behavioral Evolution.- Synergies Between Disparate Motor Systems: Loci For Behavioral Evolution.- Crustacean Systems in Teaching Principles of Neuroscience.- The Crawdad Project: Crustaceans as Model Systems for Teaching Principles of Neuroscience.- of the volume: The Crustacean Nervous.