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1.07 Evolutionary Neuroethology - A Case Study: Origins and Evolution of Novel Forms of Locomotion in Hippid Sand Crabs (Malacostraca, Decapoda, Anomala)

ID H Paul, University of Victoria, Victoria, BC, Canada © 2007 Elsevier Inc. All rights reserved.

1.07.1 Background and Introduction

1.07.1.1 Why Evolutionary Neuroethology?

1.07.1.2 Neurobehavioral Evolution

1.07.1.3 The Basic Plan of the Decapod Central Nervous System

1.07.2 Locomotion in Hippid Sand Crabs

1.07.2.1 The New and Ancestral Modes of Swimming

1.07.2.2 The Hypothesis

1.07.2.3 Digging Preceded Uropod Beating: The Mosaic Ancestry of Sand Crab Digging Behaviors

1.07.3 Neurobehavioral Mechanisms and Biomechanics are Inseparable

1.07.3.1 Hinged versus Single-Pivot Joints

1.07.3.2 Neuromuscular Repercussions of Increasing a Joint's Freedom of Movement

1.07.3.3 Ontogeny and Evolution of Neuromusculature

1.07.3.4 Intermediates between Sand Crab and Crayfish Tailfans

1.07.4 Did Loss of an Ancient Tailfan Muscle Precipitate Alterations in the Decapod Tailfan and Origin of the Anomala?

1.07.4.1 Identifying Neural Homologies in Divergent Species

1.07.4.2 Joints with Wide Freedom of Movement Require Proprioceptors to Keep Them in Line

1.07.5 Life in the Swash Zone of Sandy Beaches: New Behaviors $ New Niche ! New Sensory World

1.07.5.1 New Niche Means Altered Sensory Environment

1.07.5.2 Roles of Hippid Sand Crabs Nonspiking Proprioceptor

1.07.6 Discussion: Lessons from Reconstructing Neurobehavioral Pedigrees

1.07.6.1 Peripheral Is Important

1.07.6.2 Spin-Offs from Reconstructing the Neurobehavioral Pedigrees of Hippid Sand Crabs

1.07.6.3 The Emerging Picture

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