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To clarify the tissue responsible for a biological function, that function can be experimentally perturbed by an external stimulus, such as radiation. Radiation can be precisely and finely administered and any subsequent change in function examined. To investigate the involvement of the central nervous system (CNS) in Caenorhabditis elegans' locomotion, we irradiated a limited 20-µm-diameter area of the CNS with a single dose and evaluated the resulting effects on motility. However, whetherdoi:10.3390/biology9090289 pmid:32937967 fatcat:iowce4z4nne6bg4mnjsmcyo44e