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Figure 17.1 Overview of descending motor control.

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1 Figure 17.1 Overview of descending motor control

2 Figure 17.1 Overview of descending motor control (Part 1)

3 Figure 17.1 Overview of descending motor control (Part 2)

4 Figure 17.2 Descending projections from the brainstem to the spinal cord

5 Figure 17.2 Descending projections from the brainstem to the spinal cord (Part 1)

6 Figure 17.2 Descending projections from the brainstem to the spinal cord (Part 2)

7 Figure 17.2 Descending projections from the brainstem to the spinal cord (Part 3)

8 Figure 17.3 The location of the reticular formation

9 Figure 17.3 The location of the reticular formation (Part 1)

10 Figure 17.3 The location of the reticular formation (Part 2)

11 Figure 17.3 The location of the reticular formation (Part 3)

12 Figure 17.4 Anticipatory maintenance of body posture

13 Box 17A The Reticular Formation

14 Figure 17.5 Feedforward and feedback mechanisms of postural control

15 Figure 17.6 Indirect pathways from the motor cortex to the spinal cord

16 Figure 17.7 The primary motor cortex and the premotor area

17 Figure 17.8 The cytoarchitectonic appearance of the primary motor cortex

18 Box 17B Patterns of Facial Weakness and Their Importance for Localizing Neurological Injury

19 Figure 17.9 The corticospinal and corticobulbar tracts

20 Figure Topographic map of movement in the primary motor cortex

21 Figure Topographic map of movement in the primary motor cortex (Part 1)

22 Figure Topographic map of movement in the primary motor cortex (Part 2)

23 Box 17C What Do Motor Maps Represent?

24 Figure The influence of single cortical upper motor neurons on muscle activity

25 Figure The influence of single cortical upper motor neurons on muscle activity (Part 1)

26 Figure The influence of single cortical upper motor neurons on muscle activity (Part 2)

27 Figure Purposeful movements resulting from prolonged microstimulation of the primary motor cortex

28 Figure Directional tuning of an upper motor neuron in the primary motor cortex

29 Figure Directional tuning of an upper motor neuron in the primary motor cortex (Part 1)

30 Figure Directional tuning of an upper motor neuron in the primary motor cortex (Part 2)

31 Figure Directional tuning of an upper motor neuron in the primary motor cortex (Part 3)

32 Figure Directional tuning of an upper motor neuron in the primary motor cortex (Part 4)

33 Figure Divisions of the motor cortex in the macaque monkey brain

34 Figure Mirror motor neuron activity in a ventral-anterior sector of the lateral premotor cortex

35 Figure Mirror motor neuron activity in a ventral-anterior sector of the lateral premotor cortex (Part 1)

36 Figure Mirror motor neuron activity in a ventral-anterior sector of the lateral premotor cortex (Part 2)

37 Figure Mirror motor neuron activity in a ventral-anterior sector of the lateral premotor cortex (Part 3)

38 Figure The Babinski sign

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